Nigerian Jumoke Adenowo Makes The Cartier Women’s Initiative Award Jury


Notable Nigerian architect, Olajumoke Adenowo has been selected as one of the 30 man-jury of prestigious Cartier Women’s Initiative Award.

Adenowo, who is the Principal Partner, AD Consulting Limited, which she founded is on the Sub Sahara jury alongside other 4 women from Senegal, South Africa, Cameroun, and Zimbabwe.

Olajumoke Adenowo is a multiple award-winning Architect and has constantly been referred to as the “Face of Architecture” in Nigeria. With over 30 years of experience below her belt in the architecture scene, Olajumoke has been a part of many prestigious & monumental projects.

Reacting to her membership of the jury, Adenowo put up the post below on Instagram:

The Jury for the Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards is composed of 30 high-profile individuals and is divided in 6 regional juries. They are chosen on the basis of their entrepreneurial experience, their business achievements and their commitment to supporting women entrepreneurs.

They play a key role in reviewing the candidates’ applications and selecting the finalists and laureates during the Awards competition. The jury members then give feedback to the laureate and finalists and thereafter provide additional support and connections to the entrepreneurs.



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