Oluwadamilare Gbohunmi Zaccheus (OGZ) foundation is a non-profit organisation focused on empowering Millennials and Gen Zs through reorientation, renewed thought processes and other external factors necessary to enable them make positive change and be of economic value in their immediate communities and society at large.
Support millennials and Gen Zs in discovering and harnessing their key strengths as well as talents by aligning their thought process, and equipping them with the right tools essential to become successful entrepreneurs and individuals in the society.
To be a continuous funnel of Nigerian youth capital needed to create meaningful, impactful and positive change for themselves and their communities.
People are the most important capital
Giving to give back
Moving beyond the comfort zone
Damilare is a millennial disruptor, born and raised in Ibadan, Nigeria. He has a degree in Computer Information Systems and a minor in Business Law and Communication studies from Zicklin School of Business in NYC.
His day job is as a legal and compliance analyst at a global Investment bank in New York City. He shares the rest of time mentoring, carrying out his duties at Open Switch Africa Initiative, Afrizi and other socially impactful projects.
Anita is a graduate of United States International University in Nairobi, Kenya. She is a journalist-turned-marketer, passionate about how storytelling and targeted messaging creates business-changing content.
As a Marketing and Brand Strategist, she is responsible for developing and implementing inbound marketing strategies that assist her clients increase brand awareness, generate leads, and acquire new customers.
Edward has over 10 years of experience in key marketing roles and has supported major marketing and brand building activities for some of Nigeria’s biggest brands across various business sectors. His professional career has seen him work on projects for brands such as Diageo Nigeria, 9Mobile, Pernod Ricard and First Bank PLC.
His focus areas are brand management, communications strategy, public relations, advocacy, and experiential marketing. He brings aboard a wealth of experience and industry relationships.
Oluwatosin is a graduate of Law from Obafemi Awolowo University in Nigeria, where she won various awards including the “Female Entrepreneur of the Year” at the Law Students Society Award.
She is also an entrepreneur behind “House of Rheevo” and “Blings By Rheevo” two businesses in the cosmetic and jewelry industries respectively. As a micro-influencer, Tosin has worked on digital marketing for notable brands like Jumia and Royale Cosmetics.