Goriola Erogbogbo is a Nigerian Economist, Social Entrepreneur, Public Servant and Philanthropist.
He is Founder of The Layi Erogbogbo Foundation Africa’s leading Social Enterprise with an interest in providing quality healthcare services in sub-saharan Africa through technology. He has over 13 years of cognate experience in public sector, private sector and non-profit.
Recognized by the African Leadership Institute in 2015 as one of the 24 elite group of Africa’s highest potential young African leaders for
the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Leadership Fellowship, Cape Town South Africa and the 2017 International Visitors Leadership Program themed “Transparency in Government” by the US State Department.
Erogbogbo holds an MBA from the Prestigious Stephen M. Ross School of Business in Ann Arbor, Michigan and a Bsc in Economics from the University of Lagos.
He represents a new breed of young African leaders committed to re-inventing servant Leadership to engender Africa’s Transformation.