London Top man Dayo Olomu and his daughter Stella are both featuring at the LONDON Pre-WOMEN ECONOMIC FORUM on Friday 29 January 2016.

While Dayo Olomu will host the event and also hold a master class on “Authentic Leadership as a Catalyst for Effective Transformation, Stella will be speaking on “This is Our Time: Share Your Gift”.

Justine Mutale said, “The Justina Mutale Foundation and Universal Peace Federation are privileged to have Dayo Olomu as our distinguished event host and speaker. We are also privilege to have his daughter, Stella as a distinguished speaker representing young women’s voices at the Pre-Women Economic Forum in London”.

Justina Mutale


Dayo Olomu  is a top Event Host, Motivational Speaker, International Conference Keynote Speaker and Corporate Trainer on Leadership, Good Governance, Entrepreneurship, Business Growth, Human Resources, Career and Personal Development.

He is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD) and vice-chair of the South London Branch. He is the CEO, Dayo Olomu & Associates UK; Founding President, Croydon Communicators Toastmasters; Founder, African Professional Speakers Academy; and President, Nigerian Trainers & Speakers Consortium (NTSC) UK. Dayo holds an honours degree in Business Information Systems, MSc in Human Resources and an honorary doctorate. He has a Diploma in Coaching and a post-graduate certificate in Further Education.

At the tender age of 24, Stella Fasusi Olomu, is an Award-winning Youth Leader and serves as Opportunity & Fairness Commissioner for Croydon. Stella studied Law at the University of Kent, Canterbury where she became an elected member of the Student’s Union as Ethnic Minorities Officer in 2010-11.

She is currently a project coordinator for Croydon Commitment, a charity that acts as the link between the business community and Croydon’s voluntary sector through volunteering and corporate social responsibility. Stella is passionate, very active and inspired to make a difference in her community, Croydon where she sits on the committee for Speakers’ Corner Croydon.

Stella is a member of Croydon’s Black History Month Steering Committee and in October 2015, she organised her own event ‘SUPERWOMAN 2015’ as part of Black History Month.

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