Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu
PhD, MBA, LLM, MA, LLB, IAQ
New York Attorney & Solicitor of England & Wales
Founder & Editor of the Women in Leadership publication
Author of This Is Why I Resist
Lawyer, Founder of Women in Leadership Publication; Political and Women's rights activist.
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu is a British born and Nigerian political & women’s rights activist, taught intersectional feminism to female refugees and asylum seekers; scrutinizes government policies from a gender and diversity inclusion perspective; and co-organises women's marches and social campaigns. She is also a New York Attorney and Solicitor of England & Wales with broad expertise in the financial services industry, writer, public speaker and political commentator featured in mainstream and online media. She founded the Women in Leadership publication as a platform to drive positive change on topical issues that impact women globally through inspiring personal leadership journeys; and established She@LawTalks to promote women & BAME leadership in the legal profession through universities and secondary schools. An academic enthusiast, she has an Executive MBA (Cambridge); PhD (Birkbeck); LLM (London School of Economics & Political Science); MA (Westminster) and LLB Hons (Buckingham University). Dr Shola is married and has three daughters. She is the grand-daughter of the late Nigerian Monarch of Ogere-Remo, Oba Alfred Obafuwa Babington-Ashaye, Legunsen III, the Ologere of Ogere and the daughter of the late Prince Adebajo Babington-Ashaye and Mrs Morenike Babington-Ashaye both of whom are Chattered Accountants by profession.
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End Violence Against Women - MPs What Are You Doing To Ratify #IstanbulConvention?
The Chequer’s deal has failed to secure supporters from both the Remain and Leave camps. It is time for the British people, particularly women, to take the driver’s seat on which way to go on Brexit.
Dr Shola is the founder and editor of the Women in Leadership publication. A digital publication which targets a global readership and provides inspirational thought- leadership, insightful commentary, support and advice for women who are at all stages of their leadership journey; women who are, or who aspire to be, the best in their chosen field - www.wilpublication.com. Click on images.
Sajeela Kershi - British Comedian, Actor and Writer
"Shola made a memorable mark on the Woman's March London. Not only was she on the front line, she marched with passion and commitment, with her at the helm with us we felt we could make change and make anything possible. Strong, courageous and inspiring."
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Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu has a broad area of specialism and interest in Brexit, Leadership, Diversity, Gender Equality, Women Empowerment & Rights; Corporate Governance; International relations & Diplomacy; Law & Society; Politics; Business & Entrepreneurship; and Education.
Beth Garner - Organiser, Women's March London
"Shola has provided essential insight and her dedication to political activism is helping the Women's March on London move forward. Her professional expertise and experience has proved an incredibly valuable resource and it has been a pleasure embarking on this important work with her."
Caroline Russell - Councillor for Highbury East Ward in Islington
"I met Shola at the Women's March and spent a brilliant afternoon with her carrying the banner at the front and inventing chaotic chants. It was wild, joyous and utterly exhuberant and at the same time deadly serious as we protested the inauguration of a dangerous, sexist, racist mysogynist as President of the USA."
Dagmara Kodlubanski, Producer 'Still We Rise', Film Documentary, Fat Pencil Ltd.
"Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu completely blew us away. We interviewed her about the Women’s March on London, and not only was she thoughtful and articulate, she was passionate and thoroughly engaging. The entire crew felt empowered after listening to her. She speaks with great intelligence and heart, and we are incredibly grateful to have had her participate."