3 Africans among 50 world’s top women of which 2 are from Nigeria(Amy Jadesimi and Funke Opeke)and one is from Kenya.
Amy Jadesimi (born 1976) is a Nigerianphysician, businesswoman, entrepreneur, and corporate executive, who serves as the chief executive officer of the Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base (LADOL), a privately owned state-of-the-art logistics and engineering facility in an industrial Free Zone, located on an island within the Port of Lagos, in Nigeria.
She went to University of Oxford where she obtained bachelor of art in physiology and bachelor in both medicine and surgery before she later proceeded to Stanford University where she obtained Masters of business administration.
Funke Opeke is a Nigerian electrical engineer, founder of Main Street Technologies and Chief Executive Officer of Main One Cable Company, a communications services company based in Lagos State, south-western Nigeria.
She obtained her bachelor and masters degree in Electronics And Electrical Engineering at Obafemi Awolowo University and Columbia University respectively.