Olu-Mayowa brings extensive cross-sectoral expertise from his concurrent directorship roles spanning across several industries in Nigeria. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Caracal Oil & Gas. Before joining Caracal, Olu-Mayowa led the business development strategy for an upstream oil and gas services contractor with an asset base of over USD 600 Million. He sits on the board of several oil & energy service companies in addition to his role as Caracal’s CEO.
He has over 10 years of senior-level exposure to a variety of businesses from the energy to the retail sector, and is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute, U.K. Olu-Mayowa is an alumnus of Escuela De Alta Dirección Y Administración (E.A.D.A.) in Barcelona, Spain – where he completed the International Business Management program. An elected speaker of the Nation Building Committee (Global Young Leaders Council), he presented at the United Nations General Assembly, the concept of permanent representation for non-veto countries on the Security Council – a motion adopted for further deliberation in 2005 and implemented today. His passions range from polo, jet-skiing and skiing to poetry and his award-winning photography. He also founded, and remains heavily involved with, the ‘Give a Wheelchair’ project which donates 100 wheelchairs yearly to those in need.