Seyi is a visionary polymath and strategist with an unwavering passion for empowering individuals and institutions to succeed. With a distinguished 20-year career, she has established herself as an influential leader with expertise in the following domains:
Championing Women Empowerment: Through Pan African Women Empowerment Network (PAWEN), she has transformed the lives of 2500+ women across 33 countries, inspiring and empowering them to break barriers and redefine success on their terms.
SME Coaching and Consulting: Seyi is dedicated to helping leaders of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) navigate the complexities of business growth and expansion. Her innovative strategies, tailored solutions, and deep understanding of the unique challenges faced by SMEs enable her clients to drive sustainable growth and achieve long-term success.
Building profitable and Sustainable Organizations: Seyi collaborates with leaders to identify challenges and seize opportunities, implementing strategic initiatives that drive organizational success and long-term sustainability. Combining her expertise in both non-profit and for-profit sectors, she focuses on creating resilient, purpose-driven entities that withstand the test of time while making a lasting impact in their communities.
On a personal note, she is a daughter, wife, and mother to three adorable angels
I am passionate about Africa and I believe women hold the ace to the transformation that will shape the continent in the next decade.
The term – “A land flowing with milk and honey” as used in the bible refers to a land of Fertility and Abundance- and I believe that land is Africa.
Africa has the highest fertility rate- 4.1 births per woman, almost double its closest rival – Oceania (2.3 births per woman). There is no other continent in the world with the abundance of mineral and natural resources as well as the best of talent.
Yet, despite all of these, Africa is considered the poorest continent in the world.
For many decades, African countries have blamed their governments, waiting endlessly for “that messianic government” that will change its fortunes, yet this has not happened- why? Because no nation develops or transforms from the actions of its government alone. In every country that has experienced some form of renaissance or transformation, the growth or change did not happen because of government or politicians, change happened when empowered people, specifically Entrepreneurs, took action.
This is my vision and the foundation of all that I do, – To transform Africa by:
- Building sustainable and profitable institutions
- Empowering women in business and careers
- Facilitating conversations, collaborations, connections and, capacity development initiatives that solve Africa’s “wicked” challenges.
The time is here, the time is now! To build people and institutions that will transform our continent. Would you want to join me on this journey? Send me an email