Olusola Owonikoko is driving inclusion through technology. He is the founder of Project Enable Africa; an organisation that promotes digital inclusion, advocacy and access to assistive technologies for persons with disabilities, and set up the first-ever Inclusion Hub in Nigeria to train talents with disabilities and connect them to economic opportunities.
He works at the intersection of development, business, and inclusion, and has over a decade of experience in building organisations, designing and implementing social impact programs and products targeted at promoting development outcomes for underserved populations. He has worked with several notable brands in the private, public, and civil society sectors, including Access Bank, Google.org, Foreign Missions to Nigeria, WB/IFC, AJWS, USAID, DFID Sightsavers & many others.
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