A Christian Educator, Youth Worker, Researcher and a Writer. Through the Joyous Initiative (JI), an organization I co-founded, we have provided skill, literacy and capacity development to over 200 youths in Osun State, and across more than 11 schools. This has been the highlight of my work in the past 3 years. I retired from teaching since 2012, after 25 years of meritorious service. In those years I have mentored and trained young adults, teenagers and students from all over Nigeria. My work as an evangelist only became a bigger part of my personality when I decided to take on a study at the Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomosho. I hold a Masters degree from the Africa International University (formerly NEGST), Nairobi, Kenya. I also obtained a Doctorate from the Baptist Theological Seminary, Nigeria. My research into the relationship between the youth in the church and her leaders have given valuable insight to various leadership teams. The burden to bridge the leadership gap between young people and the older generation has been on the increase. The Adenike Oladeji website is one of my primary channels for communicating the value of youth transformation to leadership development. It is the 21st Century and the fields are ripe for harvest. My dream is to build an educational centre founded on the precepts of the word of God. I also seek to inspire youths towards living more productive lifestyles and contributing to the greatness of Nigeria and the world at large. This vision and mission make me uniquely positioned to work with youth leaders, counsellors, non-profits focused on youth development, businesses targeting youths and lots more.