Scholastica Wilson-Olagunju
Professor of Theology of Work

Scholastica Wilson-Olagunju is the Founder and President of Center for Leadership Development (CLD) and GiveCare project that uses entrepreneurship for leadership development through microfinance dedicated to low-income communities, especially through women empowerment and youth development. She has for twenty years assisted various organizations in the United States and Africa to meet set-up and strategy needs. Her goal is to create healthier and more productive communities through specialized funds management, sound and effective leadership, personal/organizational skills, and dynamics for higher performance. She holds a doctorate degree in transformational leadership from BGU, an MBA from George Washington University, a Master of Science degree in Economics, and a Bachelor of Science degree also in Economics from the University of Benin. She undertook the German Competency Based Economies through Formation of Entrepreneurs (CEFE) Program, which enables her to train trainers of entrepreneurs on startups.

Education:
  • DMin, Bakke Graduate University, Seattle, WA 2012

  • BA, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois 1963