Pioneer Chairman, Advisory Council

Babatunde Omotoye, CHRP  is a seasoned passionate professional who is presently a Senior Business Operations Analyst in one of Canada’s Big 5. In his present role, he oversees the business management operations of the largest Technology Operations department of his organization. 

Prior to now, he was the lead operations resource for the networking department in one of the largest insurance companies in Canada. In that role, he maintained a core balance between playing a HR specialist where he looked into creating critical thought process plans for the networking department while having an overview of system related issues country wide.

Tunde is a certified HR Professional who graduated with distinction in Human Resources Management in one of Ontario’s best colleges. He is vast in HR policies, governance and capabilities. He also possesses a wealth of knowledge in Financial & Managerial Accounting, Human Resources Management Functions, legal aspects that impact workplaces, Health & Safety regulations, Recruitment & Selection practices, Change Management & Facilitation, Labour Relations, Training & Development, Strategic Human Resources Planning, Company/Government Benefit plans, Strategic Compensation Management & Payroll Systems, and Human Resources Research, Information and Management Systems.

He regularly shares his professional experience by straddling stories between Nigeria and Canada while using it to inform and educate young professionals.

Through doing this, useful practical information on how to prepare for interviews, write resumes, prepare a cover letter and so much more are dispersed. A lot of his followers find this information invaluable where one of his career-related tweets has over sixteen thousand retweets.

Also, in 2019, Tunde helped over 120 professionals review their resumés for free. In light of his selfless attitude and inspiration, he was made a WES Ambassador where he acts as a source of reference to educate, enlighten and advise young professionals and immigrants in Canada.

Tunde is also a published author. His debut novel – Adelaide Street and Other Short Stories.