With a passion for Innovation, Poverty Alleviation, National Development, Good Governance and an innate desire to see and meet happy People, it is pertinent to unveil our Mogulette of the week who is rocking the African fashion industry. Olatorera is Nigeria’s fashion prowess and one of the world’s youngest and most sought-after public speakers on topics related to leadership, entrepreneurship and technology driving Africa’s growth. An assiduous entrepreneur passionate about all things Africa, currently leading initiatives to realize a pinnacle in Africa’s history whereby we would rely less on importation and innovate more with natural resources and citizenry capabilities.
Olatorera Oniru is the CEO of Dressmeoutlet.com and a member of The National Scholars Honor Society USA, she flourished her career working for two Fortune Top 5 companies namely Bank of America Merrill Lynch and General Electric. She also worked for one of the world’s largest telecommunications companies, Lars Magnus Ericsson, as a global consultant and later as Head of Sales Governance. During the course of her employed years, she traveled to over 50 cities in over 10 countries in 4 continents.
She founded Nigeria’s foremost leadership program Top 100 Our Generation in 2007; a company that brought together and inspired many of today’s young leaders. In 2016, she was recognized by Commonwealth Africa Awards for Entrepreneurships, Forbes Most Promising Africans, Africa.com’s Top 5 Youngest Entrepreneurs and African Achievers Awards. Her track record of success has been featured in Forbes, Huffington Post and several other leading publications. She is currently a member of Lionesses of Africa and Africa’s best. She boasts of a scholarship-based Master in Business Administration (MBA) degree from the prestigious Emory University USA and Executive Management Certificates from Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden and International Institute for Management Development, Switzerland.