VOLUNTEERS TUESDAY: MEET AYODEJI FATAYO
Tell us about yourself
Williams Ayodeji Fatayo is my name.
I am super passionate about the political disruption of our Nation’s status quo and social impact with a focus on education, leadership and entrepreneurial development directed at the female folk.
I am actually pioneering a campaign that we call the #SlayFromTheTop campaign, to inspire young ladies and place their focus on that top level of individual value and success where looking beautiful and “slaying” comes so easy. I would always say I have never seen an ugly female CEO.
God has been gracious enough to bless me with talents, what I do with those talent is my own gift to Him.
Likes and Dislike
I dislike “comfortable unintelligence.” I feel it frustrates everyone you meet by making them lower the intellectual frequency at which they are used to communicating just to carry you along. This is worsened by the fact that you are comfortable with it. Not reading up on anything or learning new things.
I like intelligence and consistent hunger for knowledge, I love people who challenge me to want to learn more and know stuffs …they help me communicate better, be better informed and generally be a better version of myself with every contact with them.
Career Goals and Life Ambitions
I hope to build a career that would ultimately place me right among the elites in the game. My life’s goals hinge on building a career anchored in providing a lasting solution to at least one of man’s everyday problem effectively making my contribution towards making the world a better place.
Reason for joining OAC
I joined OAC because I wanted to be part of something bigger than myself. I felt I had been keeping so much in me for so long and same deserved to be used for the benefit of others. Asides this, the fact that I desire to impart knowledge at every given opportunity drove me to join OAC as the organization provides a platform for imparting knowledge to the younger generation amongst other things.
What motivates you?
I am motivated by the fear of ultimate failure, failure to have lived in all essence of living, failure to have fulfilled purpose, and failure to have impacted lives.
What challenges do you see affecting children in your immediate community and how do you think this can be resolved?
The opportunity and will to learn and be educated is one major issue, especially from a disadvantaged position. This can be solved by providing the opportunity to get quality education to this young people while creating an exciting picture of education and schools that strikes up just the right amount of interest in their minds.
How did you learn about OAC and reason(s) for joining?
I have been a long term follower of Victoria Ibiwoye online and strong admirer of her works on the platform of the OAC, I sure wouldn’t pass on an opportunity to be part of such brilliant drive and project.
What opinion did you have of OAC before joining?
It is a group of driven and super motivated young people with such boundless prospects as to how much impact they can make.
What are your expectations of OAC?
The expectations of the leadership of OAC would sure be my expectation of the OAC. Supporting and following their direction and leadership.
How do you hope to contribute to the world through OAC?
I would be coming on board with a strong passion for social impact, I am excited to learn and grow with the team while contributing such unreserved passion in everyway I can to the OAC course.
Experience so far
The reception has been warm and that’s beautiful.
Lets do great stuffs togther!!!