Oluwatosin Ajayi is a very passionate Real Estate and Valuation Consultant with over 21 years’
experience. She is a serial entrepreneur who had ventured into building libraries for children, a
sales consultant to some beauty brands/products, an astute professional, and an advocate for
skill acquisition from childhood.
Her career in the real estate profession started at the Property/Facility Division of the United Bank
for Africa Plc, Marina. She later worked with Soyebo & Co, and Whitegate Properties, before she
started a company with a team of colleagues. Currently, she is the CEO of CTI Properties
Company and the Principal Partner of Tosin Ajayi Associates, a Real Estate and Valuation
Tosin holds a Master’s Degree (M.Sc.) from the Prestigious University of Ibadan where she
studied Housing Development and Management, and an alumna of the Yaba College of
Technology where she studied Estate Management and Valuation. She also trained at the Fate
Foundation on the Aspiring Entrepreneurship program, (AEP18).
She is a registered Surveyor with the Estate Surveyor and Valuation Registration Board of Nigeria
(ESVARBON); an Associate Member of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuer
(NIESV), and a member of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).
Her passion for acquisition of skills has led her into promoting skills acquisition in secondary
schools using her daughter’s school as a pilot project. She is working towards ensuring that every
child from age 11 starts the process of acquiring a skill with a view to be independent and selfreliant upon graduating from college.
She loves listening to music, baking and cooking without stress, meeting new people and fashion.
Her interest in Rotary started way back in Secondary School. In her final year she became the
President of the Interact Club of Aunty Ayo School, S/W Ikoyi; (Sponsored by the Rotary Club of
Ikoyi). She remembered the long charity walk to the Motherless Babies Home at Maroko in 1992,
where donations of different items and cash were made (project) and the RYLA Sea-School
program she once attended