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Ifedayo Durosinmi - Etti

Parliamo Bambini
Ifedayo Durosinmi – Etti is a sales and marketing expert with over 10 years of management and leadership experience working in the fashion, marketing and manufacturing Industries. She holds a first degree in Biochemistry and an MBA in Global Business.Prior to moving back to Nigeria in 2012, she worked with Arcadia Group Plc, a British multinational retailing company, She later joined Nigerian Breweries (Heineken Operating Company in Nigeria) as a Young African Talent (YAT) and transitioned to their Corporate Communications Department as Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Support Manager where she successfully managed various corporate social responsibility and sustainability projects. Ifedayo's passion for women and children, led to the launch of Parliamo Bambini and Philos and Zoe, startups disrupting the baby and child industry through locally manufactured furniture and clothing for children with the aim of reducing poverty, empowering our youth and promoting access to quality education in Nigeria and Africa,Parliamo Bambini was selected by the Tony Elumelu Foundationn 2016, selected as one of the companies whose idea can transform Africa by the Tony Elumelu Foundation and she is currently one of the Alumni Hub Leads for the South West region of Nigeria under the Foundation.t. She was also selected as a Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum.
Under the Global Shapers Community, she is the Project Lead for Startup Dome, a project launched to bridge the gender gap through socio economic empowerment of women in Nigeria. She was also selected as a mentor on a program launched by the United States Government, Young African Leaderships Initiative (YALI). In March 2018, she was invited to Harvard University to serve as a panelist during their African Development Conference to discuss the role of women in democracy and how it impacts on business in Africa.

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