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WIMBIZ appoints Omowunmi Akingbohungbe as new executive director

Investment in tools, staff training key to effective customer service – WIMBIZ

Women in Management and Business and Public Service (WIMBIZ), a non-profit organisation, has appointed Omowunmi Akingbohungbe as its new executive director.

According to a statement, Akingbohungbe succeeded Hansatu Adegbite, who has served as the executive director for over seven years.

“We would like to take a moment to express our gratitude to Hansatu Adegbite for over seven years of outstanding leadership. Hansatu’s dedication, vision, and tireless efforts have propelled WIMBIZ forward, leaving an indelible mark on our organisation and moving us towards the achievement of our mission and many accomplishments,” the statement said.

WIMBIZ noted that Akingbohungbe is an outstanding professional with 18 years of commendable experience in the finance and not-for-profit sectors and that she has played pivotal roles in strategic partnerships and business development, sustainability management, and corporate social responsibility, earning her accolades as an award-winning professional.

“She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Olabisi Onabanjo University and a Master’s Degree in Global Human Resource Management from the University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. Akingbohungbe is a graduate of the Master Class Academy, Global Banking Alliance for Women in the Netherlands, and is a certified Customer Service Trainer by the Service Quality Institute, USA,” it said.

“We are honoured to welcome Akingbohungbe to WIMBIZ, and we are excited to leverage her expertise, passion, and leadership to further our mission of empowering women in leadership,” it added.