#PROFILE | MEET DR. AMY JADESIMI, THE WOMAN EXCELLING EVEN IN A MALE DOMINATED INDUSTRY
Dr. Jadesimi received her first degree from Oxford University, where she earned a BA in Physiological Sciences. She then attended Oxford University Medical School, from which she graduated as a medical doctor (MD). After Oxford, Dr. Jadesimi joined Goldman Sachs International in London as part of the Investment Banking Division, specializing in corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions. She then attended Stanford Business School, from which she earned her MBA in Business Administration.
While at Stanford, Amy completed an internship with Brait Private Equity in Johannesburg, South Africa, where she worked as a transaction executive in Private Equity.
The beautiful, intelligent and pacesetting Amy Jadesimi is truly one of Africa’s leading ladies. She is the Managing Director of LADOL, an oil and gas fabrication and multi-logistics services base in Nigeria. Amy graduated as a qualified medical doctor from Oxford University Medical School. She later joined Goldman Sachs International’s investment banking division in London, before attending Stanford Business School, where she earned an MBA.
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On her return to Nigeria, Amy set up a financial consulting firm on her return to Nigeria before joining the management team of LILE, an oil services company, and then LADOL as the managing director. In an industry dominated by the men, Amy has excelled greatly.
Apart from her work in the corporate world, Amy is also a contributor for Forbes where she writes about business trends in Africa, particularly Nigeria, her home country. She was also on the 2015 Advisory Board for the UN Development Programme’s “Africa Human Development Report.”
Amy has been honoured with many awards and accolades. In 2012, she was named an Archbishop Desmond Tutu Fellow; in 2013, a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and a Rising Talent by the Women’s Forum for Economy and Society. Again, in 2014, Forbes included her in The 20 Youngest Power Women in Africa; and in July 2015, the Financial Times named her one of top 25 Africans To Watch
Keep being amazing amy!
June 24, 2017