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Olubunmi Aboderin-Talabi

Chairperson, WIMBIZ Executive Council Chairperson, Board of Trustees, OA Foundation

Olubunmi Aboderin Talabi is a printer, publisher, writer, photo enthusiast and the Chairperson, Board of Trustees, OA Foundation. She was the first Managing Director of Punch Commercial Printing Ltd and is currently the Executive Director, Business Development for the parent company, Punch Nigeria Limited, publishers of the highest circulating national daily newspaper in Nigeria, THE PUNCH. Olubunmi has served on the Board of Directors for Punch Newspapers for over 22 years.  Olubunmi is an Executive Council member of the NGO WIMBIZ‎, and a member of the Advisory Board for the art, culture, lifestyle and education center TERRA KULTURE.


Olubunmi is a member of the Institute of Directors Nigeria; the Young Presidents Organization; the Corporate Governance Society of Nigeria and the Harvard Business School Alumni Association of Nigeria. Olubunmi, whose 1st degree is a BSc in Economics from City University London, is a graduate of the General Management Program at Harvard Business School and the Advanced Management & Leadership Program at Oxford University Said Business School.

Olubunmi has presented case studies on business strategy at Harvard Business School and business continuity at University of Oxford Said Business School. Olubunmi has also given talks on corporate branding at Heirs Holdings Ltd; six sigma at Punch Commercial Printing; effective communication at the Lekki Rotary Club; problem solving and critical reasoning at the WIMBIZ Graduate Internship Training Program; goal setting at the WIMBIZ/Ecobank Mentoring Program; life skills at the Junior Achievement Nigeria Summer Camp, and she is an Associate Producer of the movie ‘93 Days’.


Articles written by Olubunmi have been published in several national daily newspapers, such as PUNCH, BusinessDay, Guardian, Nation, Vanguard, New Telegraph, Sun, This Day and others. Some of her work can be found on reason.com.ng