Stephen Oluwatobi has about a decade experience in business, publishing, entrepreneurship education, research and community development, with proofs of excellence, profitability and growth. He earned his PhD in Innovation Economics. He is an expert in the area of human capital, entrepreneurship, and innovation as means for the attainment of a knowledge-driven economy in organizations and nations.

He has served on various platforms including a consultant to companies, master trainer of executives, strategists for companies and facilitator. He also teaches and researches in Covenant University, where he served as the Director of Entrepreneurship. He is currently responsible for commercialization and linkages at the Centre for Research, Innovation and Discovery in Covenant University. Stephen consults for edu-preneurs, College managements, and educators in the area of innovation capacity development, entrepreneurial capacity development and entrepreneurship education.

In his impact drive, he helps to promote and drive the culture innovation and enterprise in organizations to unleash their true capabilities. Via this platform, spinoffs and startup companies are launched; hence, he has been instrumental in the founding of companies such as Awesome Impact, Tunse, Hebron Startup Lab, and Hebron Mart.

Stephen has published some works covering areas in entrepreneurship, human capital development, government expenditure and innovation. He is also the author of the books You have Something in your Hand and Making Life Count.