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Brilliant Nigerian lady bags bachelors degree at US university, celebrates achievement

A brilliant Nigerian lady named Fayobomi Olusola-Falodun has bagged a bachelors degree from the University of Massachusets, Ahmest in the United States.

Fayobomi obtained her bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Communications with a Summa Cum Laude grade at the University of Massachusetts in the United States. She shared the achievement on Linkedin thanking everyone who contributed to the achievements.

‘I can now (officially) say, that I graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Isenberg School of Management, UMass Amherst with a Bachelors degree in Marketing and Communication,” she said.

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Fayobomi said the four-year academic journey has been extremely life-changing. She said being a Nigerian who moved to the States played a huge influence on her perspective and ambitions.


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She said her nationality also inspired her to embrace every opportunity with openness and determination. Fayobomi said she is grateful for every single person who accepted a connection request, a Zoom call, and even a phone call in the course of the journey.

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Fayobomi said because of her creativity, she was involved in different outfits in the United States that grew in confidence and learned the value of genuine connections.

She interned at Google and JPMorgan Chase & Co., where she said she gained invaluable experience that opened her eyes to the complexities and the exciting possibilities of the tech and finance industries.


She added that she attended the Management Leadership for Tomorrow and Women of Isenberg Conference, which led her to step into roles that honed her communication and networking skills.

Fayobomi mentioned that she represented both Apple and Fresh Prints as campus leaders making her step out of her comfort zone and develop her leadership abilities.

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She said these roles challenged her to not only lead but also to listen, learn, and adapt skills that have profoundly shaped her approach to teamwork and collaboration.

Aside from studying, Fayobomi also worked as a Teaching Assistant and Peer advisor as well as a Tour guide and an Admissions Diversity Fellow for the university’s admission office.

She stated that the role not only deepened her appreciation for diversity and inclusion but also taught her the importance of empathy and support in fostering an environment where all students can thrive and discover their paths.

Fayobomi said she is excited to see what the future holds for her and eager to connect with more professionals as she continues to explore more opportunities that align with her skills and aspirations.

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