Wole Oluyemi, an accomplished senior finance analyst, business coach, and strategy advisor to founders and senior executives of large and growing organizations, has been admitted to the Forbes Business Council, the world’s premier growth and networking organization for successful business owners and leaders.
A review committee vetted and selected Oluyemi based on the breadth and diversity of his experience. Acceptance criteria include a demonstrated track record of positively impacting business growth metrics, as well as personal and professional accomplishments and honors.
“We are honored to welcome Wole Oluyemi to the Forbes Councils family,” said Scott Gerber, founder of Forbes Councils, which includes the Forbes Business Council.
“With Forbes Councils, our mission is to bring together proven leaders from every industry, creating a curated, social capital-driven network that enables each member to grow professionally and have a greater impact on the business world.”
As a Council member, Oluyemi has access to a variety of exclusive opportunities aimed at assisting him in attaining peak professional influence.
In a private forum and at members-only events, he will connect and collaborate with other respected local leaders.
He will also be invited to collaborate with a professional editorial team on original business articles for Forbes.com, as well as to contribute to published Q&A panels alongside other experts.
Additionally, Oluyemi will gain access to vetted business service partners, membership-branded marketing collateral, and high-touch support from the Forbes Councils’ member concierge team.
“I regard it as a tremendous honor to have been recognized and invited to join such a prestigious community as the Forbes Business Council,” Oluyemi said in a statement.
“The Forbes Business Council is an exclusive organization of business leaders and professionals. As a member, I look forward to sharing insights and networking with peers across industries and geographies to continue inspiring opportunities, value creation, and impact across the global space.”
He has over two decades of diverse experience in financial accounting and reporting, financial planning and analysis, strategy and planning, business and market intelligence, and digitalization strategy and execution, with a particular emphasis on emerging economies in the Middle East, Africa, and South America, working with leading organizations such as KPMG and the Chevron Corporation.
He is also a respected thought leader who advises and frequently speaks at conferences, seminars, executive leadership sessions, and media conversations on topics such as investing in Africa, private impact investing, renewable natural gas (RNG) and other energy projects, real estate investments, financial and strategic planning, business and market intelligence, and government policy.
He serves on the boards of directors and advisory committees of several ambitious growing companies and startups, where he provides strategy and financial support to C-Suite executives, including Moore Bishop & Rooks and InstaDash, as well as numerous not-for-profit organizations.