Ayotunde Mamudu treats every workshop he facilitates like a stage performance, employing theatrical skills he perfected in a secondary school rendition of Wole Soyinka’s Trial of Brother Jero (he played Chume) as teaching aids in all his communication classes. He has now done this for over ten years for corporate organizations across Nigeria, recreating training content for better understanding.
He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Human Capital Development of Nigeria and a proud ‘Josite’, having obtained a Masters Degree and Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Language from the University of Jos. He is one of the few recipients of the Vice Chancellor Scholar-Scheme awards.
He valiantly attempted to run away from the many books that his late father, Professor Ayo Mamudu stacked in his study earlier in life, but today, he thoroughly enjoys all things literary.
Ayotunde hails from Edo State but lives in Jos with his wife and two children. He dreams of one day becoming a voice-over actor for cartoon characters.