Anu Osibajo

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WBC Scholar Q&A:

How has being a WBC Scholar changed your path? WBC introduced me to the versatility of a career in the financial services industry. They’ve equipped me with the network and support to be successful throughout my academic pursuits and future career goals.
What are you looking forward to as you take your first job assignment? I’m looking forward to soaking in new knowledge, learning new skills and adding value to my team.
Are you passionate about women’s empowerment? If so, why? I’m passionate about women’s empowerment because it is necessary for a more equitable and forward society. The ripple effects of empowering women extend far beyond their families. Rather, an empowered woman will change the world since women reinvest up to 90 percent of their earnings back into their communities, compared to just 30-40 percent by men.
What is the best career advice you have received? Be confident.
Who inspires you and why? Julissa Acre inspires me because she has defied glass ceilings, while promoting social change and achieving professional success. She’s the walking definition of “paying it forward”.
Toughest part of college or best part of college? The best part of college is being surrounded by like-minded peers, who often become our life-long friends.

Lightening Round:

    • One word that describes you? Resilient
    • One word that describes WBC? Inspirational
    • Favorite social platform? LinkedIn
    • What’s your dream travel destination? Space
    • Favorite hobby? Baking
    • First thing you read in the morning? Robhinhood Snacks
    • Favorite book? Half of A Yellow Sun, Chimamanda Adichie


    Short bio:

    Anu has a B.A. in Economics and Mathematics from Georgetown University. She’s served as an Investment Banking Summer Analyst at Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse in their Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) groups. Previously, she interned at Thomson Reuters and Access Bank. While at Georgetown, Anu was a TMT sector leader at BLK Capital Management and served as an external board member for Georgetown Ventures. She wrote for her university newspaper, The Hoya, where she columned about diversity, inclusion and reconciliation. Anu seeks to enter into a career in investment banking or private equity.