The power of achieving change, lies within the citizens of the world: Tolu Olubunmi
Tolu Olubunmi is an entrepreneur and global advocate for migrants, refugees, and displaced people. An innovative thinker and determined change-maker, she has established and led numerous NGOs and campaigns focused on immigrant integration, employment, access to technology, and education.
Tolu serves on the World Economic Forum’s Migration Council, co-founded Immigrant Heritage Month, and has helped draft and implement U.S. immigration policies. She sits on the Board of Directors of USA for IOM (the UN Migration Agency), and serves as an Advisor to the social impact investment platform, BRAVA Investments.
The World Economic Forum named her one of 15 Women Changing the World and an Outstanding Woman Entrepreneur, and an Anti-Defamation League (ADL) In Concert Against Hate Honoree. Her inspiring personal story and work has been profiled by several media outlets, including NBC, TIME, BBC, US News & World Report, and MSNBC.
Tolu is an inaugural Leadership Institute Fellow at the Center for American Progress and holds a Chemistry-Engineering degree from Washington and Lee University.