Bukola Ayinde is the Founder of P4:13 Foundation (an initiative for children with special needs). She is also the Founder of FLIPP Foundation (whose mission is to inspire a culture of reading, writing and building strong positive values among African children).
Bukola holds a bachelor’s degree in Law from Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria. She started her career as a litigation lawyer before moving on to Human Resources Management. She is a Certified Trainer, an Organizational & People Development Consultant and an Alumnus of Fate Foundation.
She loves to volunteer her services especially at community development programmes. She was a volunteer teacher at King David Leadership School for Nigerian Youths in Lagos, Nigeria. She worked on a Public School Reform Project in Lagos, Nigeria and was the head of the teachers training team. Bukola has also organized essay competitions for university students.
Based on her experience as a mother of a special needs child, Bukola has become a voice for families who have children living with special needs in Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
Bukola is married to Olumuyiwa and they have two lovely daughters, Oluwalonimi and Oluwapemi.