Welcome to #TeamDaugherty
Please join me in welcoming Seun Odunlami to Team Daugherty! He is a new Senior Consultant at the Chicago branch.
Born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, Seun earned a bachelor’s degree in urban & regional planning from the University of Lagos. After graduation he moved to Poland for a year to continue his studies before moving to the United States in 2006. He attended Clark University in Worcester, Mass. where he focused on completing his master’s degree.
As soon as he graduated with his master’s degree in professional communication, Seun relocated to Virginia to begin work as a Business Analyst for an IT consulting company. A year later he had the opportunity to move to the Windy City to continue his work as a consultant. During this time, he worked with several clients in a number of industries including automotive financing and retail. His primary responsibilities were helping clients to improve their business processes, increasing revenue, and impacting positive organization change.
In 2013 Seun began working as an independent consultant. After a few long-term projects, he joined a financial services organization as a Scrum Master. He was working directly with the enterprise project management team to facilitate the organization’s Agile transformation. However, when he recently came across an opportunity with Daugherty, he knew he couldn’t pass on joining a consulting organization with a local model and a focus on providing an environment for consultants to thrive in their specific field.
When Seun isn’t helping clients improve their business processes he loves to watch soccer. In fact, his favorite team is Arsenal, a member of the English Premier League.
Seun’s favorite area in the city of Chicago is the Museum Campus area. He appreciates that there is so much to do and that there are so many interesting things to see.
If you see Seun around the Chicago office stop and welcome him to Team Daugherty. He is fluent in Polish, so if you ask really nicely maybe he will teach you a phrase or two!