Olusegun has over ten years of experiences working with orphan and vulnerable children, teen-agers, young women and men in rural communities in West and Central Africa on health, well-being, education, entrepreneurship and civic engagement. Having lost both parents before age 14, he founded FORAM center for Education, Entrepreneurship and Development (FEED) in 2009 where he has provided more than 50.000 youth with practical skills and resources they need to succeed in their life. Olusegun organizes motivational conferences and training seminars on entrepreneurship and volunteerism, invite successful entrepreneurs and social workers to share their experiences with participants in different schools and universities. He also volunteer time and energy to meet with young people in remote communities, have them understand that whatever be our background, we all have a decent shot in life and that they should hope in the face of difficulties, in the face of uncertainties. He has delivered such motivational speeches in many public high schools and universities. Olusegun is the Co-Founder of Henriette & Toussaint, a company his younger brother and sister named after their late parents. H&T ventures in screen printing, kids and women wearings and agriculture. His is skilled in negociation, partnership development and government relations.