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Princess Bukola Okiji's Profile

Princess Bukola Okiji

Chief Operation Officer (COO)

Princess Bukola Elisabeth Okiji is the COO of Ooni of Ife Global Outreach (OIGO) with a broad portfolio of both operational services and a range of corporate support functions, ensuring the dependable provision of high-quality focused activities. Princess Bukola is also responsible for developing policies that support the overall vision of His Imperial Majesty (H.I.M) aligning with the Chief Executive. She oversees OIGO international strategy and supports quality service delivery across the globe, helping to shape everything that makes OIGO endears to international networks.

In line with her unarguable passion for the vision of His Imperial Majesty (H.I.M), Princess Bukola uses her skills gained from her diverse wealth of experiences from the health, education and government sector to build and maintain strong relationships with various worldwide agencies and organisations to ensure opportunities are identified and maximised for all interested parties.

Alongside her commitment to OIGO, Princess Bukola holds a senior project management role within the National Health Service (NHS), a publicly funded national health care system in England which is the largest single-payer health care system in the world, where she is actively involved in delivering programmes for digitally transformation projects for a Trust. In addition, she provides support for the strategic and corporate framework of her unit and helps the management in achieving its overall objectives.

Princess Bukola holds a Master’s degree in Law (LLM) from Nottingham Law School and has a BSc in Business Information Systems from the University of West London. Princess Bukola is a dynamic administrator with a strong passion for the growth of cultural innovation, women empowerment through modern skills application, and digital transformation as conduits of wealth generation and development across Africa.

Outside of OIGO, Princess Bukola runs a digitally focused enterprise to support young entrepreneurs and start-ups, writes about business and life coaching, and cultural identity, in between organising various community focused events such as the Africa Fashion Week London.