For this edition of BuysidePowerWomen, Adesuwa talks to Lynk about how she integrates purpose into her investment process and the BlackLivesMatter movement.
Adesuwa Rhodes spoke at the Woman Led and Woman Owned Dialogue hosted by Africonomie. She spoke on the panel titled “Practical measures to drive resilience and change in diversity in fund managers”
Adesuwa Okunbo Rhodes is named in the Leading Ladies Africa 100 Women list. She is joining the ranks of other incredible Nigerian women impacting the world and pushing boundaries. Its a huge honour to be included. Thank you for celebrating what we do at Aruwa Capital Management to ensure we live in a more gender-inclusive world.
Adesuwa Okunbo-Rhodes, Founding Partner and Managing Director, Aruwa Capital, Nigeria. The firm launched a $20 million co-investment vehicle for Africa, The firm operates one of the few gender lens funds investing in Africa seeking strong financial returns while having a positive and scalable impact on women.
Adesuwa Okunbo Rhodes, Founding Partner and Managing Director at Aruwa Capital Management is featured in the Forbes article on fixing the gender investing gap
Adesuwa was featured in the Guardian Woman Weekly Newspaper. She shared her journey so far and her passion at Aruwa Capital Management to empower women and foster entrepreneurship in Nigeria through impact investments.
Meet our Agent of Impact: Adesuwa Okunbo Rhodes, Founder Aruwa Capital Management. “I want us to have a coherent and consistent story from inception,” says Rhodes, who is raising a $20 million private equity fund to invest in growth-stage businesses across Africa