Olugbenga Alaba Ajala, CPPB

Olugbenga Ajala

Title: President, Chief Executive Officer
Company: Ajalon Int’l Ventures Inc.
Location: Saint Albans, New York, United States

Dr. Olugbenga Alaba Ajala, CPPB, President and Chief Executive Officer at Ajalon Int’l Ventures, Inc., USA has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievement, and leadership in business.

Dr. Ajala was raised in a business-motivated environment, which exposed him to the functions of marketing, buying and distribution. Backed by a Master of Science in Public Administration from Metropolitan College of New York, he went on to earn a Doctoral Degree from Christ Life Bible Institute, New York.

A Certified Professional Public Buyer (CPPB), Dr. Ajala has served as the CEO and President of Ajalon Int’l Ventures, Inc., USA since 2006. In this capacity, his business consists of travel and tourism, income and business tax services, as well as property development and business consultancy. In addition, he is an adjunct professor of project management at the Metropolitan College of New York and a procurement professional for two decades.  He is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Ajalon Int’l Charity Organization, Inc., USA.

Dr. Ajala’s professional memberships include the National Honor Society for Public Affairs and Administration “Pi Alpha Alpha,” American Society for Public Administration, and National Institute of Governmental Purchasing.

Dr. Ajala attributes his career success to a sense of personal humility and dedication. Looking back on his career trajectory, he is most proud of the way he builds his students’ intellectual and practical confidence and critical thinking processes. His contributions as an educator have led his students to join prominent organizations and earn promotions in their professions. 

In the global arena, he is an advocate of quality college education. Through his international charity, he has dedicated his life to improving the lives of students with limited access to educational opportunities.  Because of his contribution of service to the global community and making a difference in the lives of others, he has been nominated for the Making the Impossible Possible Award from MIPO, New York, an organization whose philosophy is “planting a seed at a time and building individuals for a lifetime.”

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