A Nigerian girl, Adeola (Addy) Olubamiji (PhD) has listed her achievements as she turns 36 years previous.
From rising up in the slum of Mokola, Ibadan, frying akara to pay her college charges, working as a cleaner and a gross sales woman, Dr. Olubamiji is at the moment the Director of Additive Manufacturing Options at Desktop Steel, Massachusetts, USA.
Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, March 23, Dr. Olubamiji revealed that she is a Director at a Tech firm, owns three homes and is on the listing of Canada’s Prime 100 Most Highly effective Ladies.
“They mentioned be a Director at 35. Me: I can’t make it. No Stanford diploma, I’ve an accent and I’m black,” she wrote.
“35: – Director at a Tech Firm, three Homes within the bag, Canada’s Prime 100 Most Highly effective Ladies, STEP Awards Honoree, RBC Prime 25 Canadian Immigrants, 36, I’m prepared!”
Dr. Olubami is the chief marketing consultant at Tech Centrix Ltd. (Canada & USA), the founding father of STEMHub Basis Canada and he or she sits on the board of a number of organisations resembling Well being & Science Improvements, Indiana, USA and AfricaHacks, USA.
In June 2017, Adeola acquired her PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the 113-year-old College of Sas – katchewan, Saskatoon, Canada and made historical past as the primary black particular person to have acquired this PhD from the college.
A number of the awards she has received embody 2020 Canada’s Prime 100 Most Highly effective Ladies, 2020 STEP (Science know-how Engineering and Manufacturing) Award by the American Manufacturing Institute, RBC Prime 25 Canadian Immigrant 2020, 2019 Influential Ladies in Man – ufacturing Award by Putman Media, 2019 L’Oreal Paris Ladies of Value Canada Honoree.