Yomi Abiola is a Media Entrepreneur dedicated to supporting women in living their most power-filled lives. At the core of Yomi’s work is diversity, inclusion, and the advancement of women. As an international speaker, Yomi has presented at Harvard, Yale, MIT, the United Nations, and TED. As an advisor to founders and leaders, Yomi has supported several companies and organisations in scaling growth through retaining and advancing female talent.
As a Change Agent, Yomi focuses on the advancement of women and girls. She
prepares women to cease and identify opportunities for exponential growth and development. Most recently, Yomi has founded The Fem League, a media platform, incubator, and community that provides a roadmap for female advancement for women globally.
Yomi is the founder of Stand Up For Fashion (STUFF) a global platform promoting
social accountability and responsibility in the fashion industry. She is a graduate of both Columbia School of Journalism and Sciences Politiques Paris, and she holds a certificate from The Harvard Kennedy School. Yomi currently serves as an associate to the UNESCO Chair for human rights as well as an MIT Legatum Catalyst. She is an editor at Vogue Italia.