About us

About SLH

Our story

In 2010, Olubunmi Fajuyigbe had her first child, resigned from her banking job, moved cities, and started a beauty and wellness business in Ibadan, Nigeria. For her, it was a personal choice supported by her family but she knows a lot of women are thrust into business without a choice.

Being a shy girl in a relatively new city meant she needed more than her vocational skills to reach potential clients far and near. So she took to learning digital marketing and other digital skills and putting them into practice in her business.

In 2017, prompted by requests from friends and acquaintances, Olubunmi Fajuyigbe designed shelearnshere.com as a blog where her friends and social media followers could get access to information and upcoming business events, funding, and other opportunities. 

She subsequently started sharing business and IT advice gathered through her few years as a business owner. She also invited friends to share their experiences too.

That same year, as a CSR project under her business, MF8 wellness and events, she formed a small team of volunteers for She Learns Here and started organizing training programs in business and digital skills, both virtually and physically.

In March 2018, SLH was nominated for, and attended a training for trainers by the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) and became certified to train business owners in business and IT skills using the HP-LIFE modules.

She Learns Here was  subsequently registered as a non-governmental organization in July 2019 with a board of trustees with diverse skills and combined experience of about 60 years.

In 2019, She Learns Here was recognized by TechCabal as one of the 30 Nigeria Initiatives Helping More Girls and Young Women Get into Tech.

As at May 2020, we have organised 28 trainings, 11 physical and 16 virtual, with a combined attendance in excess of 8,000 participants, and shared tons of tips on the blog and our social media handles. We look forward to funding and partnerships from well meaning individuals and organizations.


Our board of trustees

Mr Mobolaji Bamidele

Mobolaji is an experienced professional in the downstream sector of the petroleum industry. He is a certified Marine Petroleum Cargoes Inspector.

He has over 20 years of professional experience spanning Telecommunications, and Oil & Gas.

Mobolaji is a leadership enthusiast, and John Maxwell Certified Speaker, Trainer & Coach.

Pastor Mrs Tolulope Aladesanmi

Pastor Tolulope Aladesanmi is an author and a teacher of the word. She is highly passionate about the wellbeing of pregnant women and babies. She believes strongly in the power of God’s word and hence the need to declare the word over any situation. She is the Founder/President of Positive Pregnancy and the Initiator of Pregnacare, a non profit organization that ensures good health for pregnant women and infants.

Mr Olayinka Fajuyigbe

Olayinka is an experienced Sales and Business Development Manager with vast working experience in the pharmaceutical industry.

Through experience, he developed the skill in providing solutions to problems in the West African pharma market with competencies in Market Planning, Medical Devices, Sales Operations, Hospital Sales, and Account Management.

Miss AyanfeJesu Famubode

Ayanfejesu Famubode is a multilingual on-air personality, writer, and editor. She holds a BA in French from Obafemi Awolowo University and a postgraduate diploma in Gender studies. She is an active citizen with JCI, a nonprofit organization for young people to make positive changes.

She speaks English and French fluently with a little bit of German. She is an avid reader and loves to listen to music in her spare time.



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