Omowunmi Ade-FosudoDirector of Operations

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Omowunmi Ade-Fosudo is currently the Executive Director at Fosad Consulting Limited. She is involved in improving upon existing processes for finance, business development and human resource recruitment. Her hands-on interests include extensive review of finance department, creating better platforms for finance reporting which will in turn increase reporting accuracy and enhance timely business decision making for management.Prior to her time with Fosad, she spent three years working for TE Connectivity a manufacturing electronic firm in Pennsylvania U.S.A. She was involved in tax analysis, financial analysis and S.E.C (Security and Exchange Commission) reporting.

Omowunmi holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A) Finance degree. She obtained it from Howard University in Washington D.C, U.S.A.

One of the principles that guide her work ethic and a belief she imbibed from working with TE Connectivity is to take initiative at every given point in time. Think faster, execute better and work smarter. Productivity is not always who put in the longest hours but who put in the quality hours.

Her goal with Fosad Consulting is to create a power hub for outsourcing, recruiting and other business support services.

Her hobbies include singing, dancing, working out and reading.

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