Future and innovation expert. Co-founder at Greyspace.
Who is Angela Oguntala?
Angela Oguntala is a future innovator and expert in experimental processes to catalyze innovation.
She is a founding partner at Greyspace, a design and futures studio that opens up new directions for organizations by bridging design and innovation processes with future thinking.
What can you expect from a conference with Angela Oguntala?
As a speaker, Angela Oguntala shares her views on design and futures studies, building awareness of alternative futures among the audience.
Angela Oguntala further explains the positive impact of creating plans to reach those desired futures. From flying cars to lab-grown food, her lectures are a sought-after experience for those who love thinking about what delights the future will bring.
In her lectures, she suggests that, in fact, these pop-culture benchmarks create a blinkered vision of the future, and urges the audience to reach further and push for true innovation.
Angela Oguntala’s career and contribution to society:
Co-founder of Greyspace, where she applies foresight and design to systemic challenges to help organizations build meaningful futures.
Angela Oguntala has led work in education, healthcare, finance, fashion, insurance and policy sectors to facilitate deliberation on emerging challenges and opportunities, inform strategy and develop new thinking.
She has advised organizations such as IKEA, Hermès, Philips, Sky, The World Economic Forum, The World Trade Organization, Microsoft and Swiss Life on building structures and processes for collective imagination, sustainable transitions and experimental processes to catalyze innovation.
Angela Oguntala is a Salzburg Global Fellow and as a speaker she has been featured on TED, NPR and various international platforms.
Awards and recognitions:
Angela Oguntala was named a Future Innovator by The United Nations OICT & Ars Electronica.
Journalist and TV and Radio Producer for CNN Español.
Violinist and Spanish TV Host
CEO of BraveNew. Europe’s youngest Young Global Leader at the Davos Forum
Founder, Chairman and CEO of Open English and Next University