Olajumoke Adenowo studied Architecture at the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University) and also gained an MSc in Architecture from the same institution.
An alumnus of several prestigious institutions including, Harvard Kennedy school, the Yale School of Management, The IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Barcelona, and the Lagos Business School Chief Executive Programme. She is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK) and a member of the African Leadership Network. She has spoken in several conferences including the Global Women’s Forum and MIT’s Flagship summit for Global thought leaders and innovators -Solve.
In 2019, Adenowo was appointed a Visiting Professor at the Technische Universistat Munchen (TUM) in Germany. She was honoured as a Laureatee and a Guest Scientist at the Chair of Theory, History of Architecture and Art & Design arm of the university’s Department of Architecture. The program was established in collaboration with the Bavarian Ministry of Education.
She is a recipient of the Cambridge African Society Award and has been honored as an Ambassador of Excellence for outstanding achievements in Architecture and women development by her alma mater. She was recognized as one of 100 most Influential Nigerians and also named as one of the Most Inspiring Women in Nigeria.
Haus Der Kunst, Munich
Speaking at Haus Der Kunst in Munich, At the El- Anatsui exhibition on Form and Space; Architecture in Nigeria.
Professorial Duties, Munich
Professorial Duties, Speaking at Haus Der Kunst in Munich, At the El- Anatsui exhibition on Form and Space; Architecture in Nigeria.