Kemi Ogunyemi is the Director of the Christopher Kolade Centre for Research in Leadership and Ethics at Lagos Business School, Nigeria. She holds a degree in Law from University of Ibadan, Nigeria; an LLM in IT and Telecommunications Law from University of Strathclyde, UK; and MBA and PhD in Management degrees from Lagos Business School, Pan-Atlantic University, Nigeria.
She leads sessions on business ethics, managerial anthropology, self leadership, and sustainability management at Lagos Business School and is the Academic Director of the School’s Senior Management Programme. Her consulting and research interests include personal ethos and organisational culture, responsible leadership and sustainability, and work-life ethic.
She has authored over thirty articles, case studies and book chapters and the book titled ‘Responsible Management: Understanding Human Nature, Ethics and Sustainability’. She edited the series ‘Teaching Ethics Across the Management Curriculum’ for the use of faculty all over the world and is a member of the expert group for UNODC’s Education for Justice (E4J) initiative. Kemi worked as director, team lead and mentor in various projects of the Women’s Board (ECS) before joining LBS. She belongs to BEN-Africa, ABEN, EBEN and ISBEE, and co-developed the UNGC-PRME Anti-Corruption Toolkit.