Opeyemi Oguntomi is a Programme Development and Strategy Specialist with seven years of experience in the nonprofit sector. He holds a Higher National Diploma and a postgraduate diploma in NGO management from Lagos, Nigeria. He has attended various capacity building trainings in the area of development programs and health and youth-related projects. Opeyemi attended international training on business research methodology and data analysis at the Entrepreneurship Development Institute, Ahmedabad in India. Opeyemi is currently working with SOS Children’s Villages Nigeria, a child-focused organization, as a Youth Development Coordinator, and where he coordinates the implementation of the Johnson and Johnson Catapult project, Grieg Gender Challenge Programme, and the Next Economy program, a Dutch government-funded project in a multi-cultural community. These programs address the root causes of poverty, youth employment, girl-child education, gender equality, and marginalization of children through investment in the socio-economic development of communities and families, by enhancing the capacities of individuals, local groups and parties that impact most on child wellbeing. Opeyemi believes that young people must be supported to live up their full potential.