Tolulope Oguntayo is a social impact leader, gender equality advocate, diplomat, top-notch project manager who is experienced in managing projects for social enterprises and civic organizations.
Over the years, she has held a number of positions ranging from director of Zero Hunger in the Pan-African edition of The Youth Sustainable Development Network and director of Mobility and Sustainable Cities Committee, project manager for the Great Ife Debate in 2021, USG of Delegate Affairs and Marketing for Ife Model United Nations 21, content lead for The Acalypha Child Care Initiative.
Tolulope is the executive director of Lead Footprints Africa, a nonprofit with the mission of promoting human rights awareness and nation building and the founder of Proudly Skilled Nigeria, a learning platform for young professionals in business and career.
She also serves as the program administrator for the Fela Durotoye-founded Gemstone Leadership Institute.
She is the community lead for Women and Wine, known for its influence, lifestyle, and impact.
Tolulope has been recognized for her works by other organizations, including the SMA Impact Award for the 25 Under 25 Nigerians, recipient of the Social Entrepreneur Award for the Female Entrepreneurs Consult, nominee for the 30 under 30 Super Woman Award for Community Development, and the Gaha Award for the Fight Against Sexual Abuse.
She has authored two books, titled The African Woman President and 12 Things for 1.