Gbemisola Abudu is an advocate for women and the SDGs goals, has an unwavering passion for philanthropic initiatives that are focused on the empowerment of women in the business environment, the narrowing of the gender skills gap, and the advocacy of children’s rights in developing countries. She is involved with organizations that encourage inclusivity and gender balance in the business environment.
She is also the founder and managing Partner of BMGA Enterprise Limited (BMGA), an EdTech finishing school for the future of work. The company provides social and marketing intelligence that optimizes the productivity of people and organizations. BMGA has curated residence courses (for all professionals) to address specific soft skills that are essential in the business climate across Africa. The courses are designed with the BMGA methodology, which factors in the anthropological learning pattern of humans and how the human brain gathers, retains and recalls information.
She launched the BMGA Fellows Program, which is a social impact initiative designed to narrow the gender skills gap in Africa. The program is a six (6) month online blended learning experience that provides participants with the knowledge, resources, and access required to gain fundamental employability skills that strengthen their marketability. It’s like a mini-MBA program. The program currently runs in 7 African countries.
She has extensive professional experience in the United States, Africa, and the Middle East.
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