Adigun Temitayo is social economic advocate with passion and commitment for Universal healthcare, ending maternal, morbidity and Neonatal mortality, education for all, empowering women and people living with disability, providing technology support to children mostly girl child.
Temitayo has been trained in a number of national and international leadership workshops. He has extensive experience in driving sustainable peace, share governance, fundraising, strategic planning, impact assessment, resources allocation and speaking on pressing nation and international issues most especially on education, inclusiveness, girl’s right, women empowerment, water stewardship.
A seasoned Project /Plant Engineer, Temitayo has served in various capacities in different multinational companies like FrieslandCampina, Olam Nigeria and many more, He is now a business consultant for both profit and nonprofit organizations.
Board Member and Senior Advisor of Naifa Maruf Foundation – Bangladesh, Board member of Africa Rural Development Movement Organization (ARUDMO) – Ghana and World Peace Promoting Helpless People Organization (WPPHPORG) – India
Temitayo co-founded and is President of Wheels of Hope Rising Foundation (WHRF) based in Nigeria. Based on his experience while growing up and moved by the level of poverty and discrimination against women and several underprivileged children he encountered, his passion aroused to join in the combat against poverty, preventable mortality and hopelessness in rural communities.
A graduate of Mechanical Engineering, Temitayo has a Masters in Financial Management from the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Nigeria. He is also an alumnus of the Lagos Business School (Pan Africa University) where he bagged various certificates in Leadership Sustainability, Stakeholder Management and many more. He also possesses a Certificate in Financing for Development from the World Bank group, via courser. Temitayo is a certified Community Development Advocate and has received various awards across the continents for contributing towards Africa social economic impact