Miracle Olatunji is a young entrepreneur, international public speaker, and forthcoming author. As her name implies, the fact that she’s lived to be the age she is now (18) is indeed nothing short of a miracle. With this in mind, her goal is to ultimately inspire and positively impact billions of people around the world, sharing a message of finding purpose and fulfillment in personal, professional, and entrepreneurial endeavors. Read More >
She's been honored as a Presidential Global Scholar, StartUP Africa’s "Youth Entrepreneur of the Year", and a 2018 World Series of Entrepreneurship grand prize winner. Her work has been featured in Forbes, Mogul, Technical.ly, The Female Lead, and other publications. She is the founder and CEO of OpportuniMe, a technology startup with the mission to connect high schools and their students with experiential learning, enrichment, and employment opportunities so that young people can explore their personal, professional, and entrepreneurial ambitions. Through parent company, The MIRACLE Organization, Miracle hopes to create diverse companies that do well from a business perspective but also do good for society and the world at-large. MIRACLE itself stands for: Making impacts, raising awareness, and creating learning experiences.
Miracle previously served as a board member and ambassador for the Diamond Challenge, a global pitch competition and community for high school-age entrepreneurs. She has also been a Headband Hero for Headbands of Hope, where she facilitated the donation of over $30,000 worth of headbands to over two dozen hospitals across the United States, including one in Hawaii. Read Less ^