Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention please?
Today’s speaker is known for her beauty, compassion, and proven expertise in Human Resources. She has vast experience working with international organizations as a Project Coordinator and Human Resource Manager.
Her commitment to personal growth and development over the years have been a motivational force, propelling her to greater heights professionally. She does not hide her love for God and holds Grace as the constant factor on her Journey so far. Please make welcome Aanu Blessing Adekoya.
Q. Pls tell us, what do you do for a living?
A. Consulting – Human Resources.
Q. How long have you been married?
A. I’ve been married for 1 year and 2 months.
Q. What would you call your most-prized possessions?
A. I am not sure I have one – prized possession.
Q. Marriages come with its ups. We don’t talk about the downs. Please share an up-experience you are not likely to forget in a hurry.
A. That would be my international trips in the past years and my birth experience.
Q. After your first baby, how did you manage still going to work? Didn’t you just want to sit on a chaise, sip chapman and have a pedicure?
A. Well, I was eager to get back to work. I have never been on a 3-month compulsory vacation before – though I felt like being pampered. Maybe a spa treatment with pedicure and manicure wouldn’t have been such a bad idea.
Q. Where would you like to spend your next vacation?
A. Dubai or Paris
Q. Where do you see yourself professionally in the next 5 years?
A. In a multinational, as the HR Director.
Q. How do you plan to manage the afore-mentioned goals with the demands of the next few years of your marriage?
A. Hmmm, careful planning and building a support system – family to help with raising my kids
Q. Do you have any personal projects you are working on?
A. Not for now, except Ministry
Very many thanks for your time.