Foluso Gbadamosi is a business leader who provides solutions to business problems and challenges using technology.
Foluso is a technology advocate passionate about driving technology literacy and business sustainability across Africa, she views technology as a catalyst for social development and change in Africa. She has experience across various industries including Telecommunications, FMCG, Financial Services and Oil & Gas.
She has spoken at several platforms covering topics that range from Technology, Social Advocacy, Self-Development, Purpose, Leadership, Mentorship and Business. Foluso is co-founder of Serving with Love (SWL), a social impact driven platform spearheading the introduction of computer literacy and coding as a language to young children in rural communities.
She currently serves on the Board of Directors of Swift Networks, Cousant Technologies, Kuda Bank & Advisory Board Member of Skool Media. She is also an Executive Council Member of WIMBIZ (Women in Management, Business and Public Service).
She has a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from the University of Pittsburgh and a Masters degree in Information Systems Technology from George Washington University. Foluso is also a Gallup Certified Strengths Coach and a John Maxwell Certified Team Member. She holds a Certificate from the Yale CEO College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and IE Business School.
She is the recipient of the 2020 Social Good Awards in the Personal Development Category and the 2020 Seed Builders Women Impact Award for her contribution to Women Advancement & Empowerment, Digital Transformation & Humanitarian Service.
Foluso has been recognized by several organizations as an inspiring Woman in Technology & Business. In 2018, Foluso was recognised as one of the 100 Most Inspiring Nigerian Women by Leading Ladies Africa, after being nominated as “Career Woman of the Year” by Her Network in 2017. She was recognized by Guardian Woman as a Nigerian Woman of Impact in 2019.
She is married with two children and currently resides in Lagos, Nigeria.