VANTAGE DYMENSIONS – MEET OUR TEAM
Toluwanimi Akaehomen MBA MCIPD, MIITD, MInstLM
Toluwanimi Akaehomen is the Chief Executive Director and Lead Consultant at Vantage Dymensions, a Leadership and People Development organisation, which works principally for women and their allies within groups and organisations to help them, build, develop and implement high performance skills, behaviours and strategies, which engender transformation, positively affect the bottom-line and ensures enhanced competitiveness. She also sits as the Chief Executive Director of Roegate College. She is a compelling, inspirational speaker, an author, a ghost-writer, a visionary, serial entrepreneur and Management Consultant.
Toluwani obtained her MBA with distinction from University of Wales Trinity Saint David, a Postgraduate Certificate in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Enterprise from University College Dublin (UCD), and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business (HRM specialisation), also from UCD. She also obtained a certificate in Employment Law from Carlow Institute of Technology and a diploma in Training and Continuous Education from Maynooth University. From 1989 to 1992, she attended Ogun State Polytechnic (now Moshood Abiola University of Science and Technology), where she obtained an HND in Mass Communication. She is currently a doctoral candidate at Lancaster University, UK and a wife and mother.
She actively mentors women to become leaders and entrepreneurs through the Inspire Women’s Network (IWiN), which comprises of women in various countries, including Ireland Canada, Germany, South Africa, the US, Nigeria and Ghana. It is also a platform for connecting and facilitating conversations between women achievers in their own distinct fields and other women who are seeking to be inspired, as they take leaps of faith into their own areas of distinctions.
Toluwani is a member of several professional bodies including the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM), The Irish Institute of Training and Development (IITD). She has multisector industry experience in the Media, Marine Insurance, the Civil Service, Banking and Education.
Toluwani articulates her life’s purpose to be, “to inspire and support others towards purpose-driven, values-centred living and leadership for accelerated holistic advancement and global transformation”.
David Oluleye is a Business Manager with over 20 years of diverse working experience in the Education, Engineering and Corporate Banking Industries. He is passionate about leading teams to produce quality outcomes and have a track record of building highly engaged teams by developing a culture of learning, raising people’s confidence and using open active leadership styles. He also develops strategic business models for organisations.
Oluwasoromidayo George serves on the advisory board of Roegate College. She is currently the Director, Corporate Affairs & Sustainable Business for Unilever, Ghana and Nigeria, with extensive experience in sustainable business and development, corporate social responsibility (CSR), corporate communications, external relations, policy advocacy, campaign planning and implementation. She has proven track record of spearheading innovative initiatives within the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Sector (FMCG) and non-profit organizations, developing strategies to help reposition companies to maintain growth within a sustainable development framework. Her experience spreads across various sectors, including banking and non-profit organisations.
‘Soromidayo was the first female Executive Director of the British American Tobacco Nigeria Foundation (BATN Foundation) and the Head of Corporate Affairs, British American Tobacco (BAT) in West & Central Africa. She is the co-founder of the Corporate Social Responsibility and Governance Institute.
She is a member of AIESEC Nigeria, Board of Advisors, a member of the Advisory Board of the Common Wealth Women Business Network, a Fellow of the WIMBOARD Institute, a WIMBIZ/IE University, Madrid Executive Education Programme for Women on Boards, and a Member of the Forum For Inclusive Nigerian Development. She was also recently appointed as the Chairperson of the UN Global Compact Local Committee in Nigeria.