An experienced Community manager in the technology, business, and development sector, skilled in content writing, community building, communication, event management (physical, virtual & hybrid), and good relationship-building skills used to influence her environment in meaningful engagements. She is anopen source, free software, open payment, and DEI advocate.
She has track records of success in supporting people, empowering women and vulnerable populations, and advocating for gender diversity in tech. She cares deeply about diversity and inclusion.
Omotola is one of the Outreachy organizers, a paid internship program aimed at improving diversity in open source, where she manages the community. She leads the community team at She Code Africa, a community of over 19,000 women in tech across Africa. Here, she’s empowering women to contribute to open source projects and ensure women are equally represented in all career roles in tech.
Omotola expands her experience and expertise as a consultant, one of which is heading the community/DevRel team at Chimoney, a fintech organization enhancing payment protocol for businesses.
June 13th, 2023 | 33 mins 36 secs
Omotola talks about the number of applications Outreachy received and the huge open-source community in Africa and OSCA. Jan discusses Governance Game, a card game created by publiccode.net, designed to encourage discussion about governance in open-source code bases.