Jennifer Okoliko

Jennifer Okoliko


Power distance and its effect on mentoring in high vs low power distance cultures.


Student lead, Rural Fellows Program


Jennifer Agunloye-Okoliko is a M.S. Leadership student and is a M.S. graduate research assistant in the department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communication (ALEC). She has a bachelor’s degree from Nigeria and is interested in mentoring and cross-cultural leadership and communication.

She has experience in social development and Nonprofit management. Jenny is passionate about raising culturally, competent leaders and change makers from diverse backgrounds.

She is a Mandela Washington fellow, a creative writer and inspiring speaker/youtuber with one of her movies currently streaming on Netflix.