Kolawole Oluwatomisin is a Biomedical Engineer passionate about using the power of innovation and entrepreneurship to drive social impact and development in Africa. He is a United Nations MCN’s co-campus Director at the University of Ibadan and a co-founder and CEO at Vinsighte, a digital-health company which uses Artificial Intelligence to aid visually impaired persons to read and navigate their environment independently. Oluwatomisin is in charge of securing essential partnerships and mapping out structures and strategies for growth and development at Vinsighte. Under his leadership, Vinsighte has won numerous accolades which includes: Bank’s 2018 best innovation award in Nigeria, HultPrize’19 Dubai Regional finalist, 2019 Honorable Mention Award by the World Bank Group, Global Student Entrepreneurship Award for 3rd best student entrepreneur in Nigeria for 2018, MERCK’s 2019 top 20 health-tech startups in Africa. Oluwatomisin is an advocate for social entrepreneurship and youth development and Hopes to use the knowledge and insight she has gained to impact other youths in his country.