Abimbola K. Adetunji

Abimbola K. Adetunji Fueled by a passion to impact the world and intrigued by the possibility of applying the continuous improvement success story to the education sector, Abimbola Adetunji, a Well Engineer at Shell hung up her safety boots in 2018 to tackle the problem of education quality in Nigeria and Africa. With her experience in leading diverse teams, project management and performance improvement, Abimbola has held previous energy sector roles working offshore as a Drilling supervisor and HSE supervisor. Additionally, Abimbola possesses some education sector experience consulting for UNESCO Paris, Tembo Education and Woodrow Wilson Academy Boston. She has also co-written a book “Empowering Students to Improve the World in Sixty Lessons (2017)” alongside her professor and colleagues at Harvard. Abimbola holds a bachelor’s degree in Petroleum and Gas Engineering from University of Lagos, Nigeria and a master’s degree in International Education Policy from Harvard University, USA. In her free time, she provides voluntary consulting services to small businesses and spends all other available time reading and solving puzzles.