When a JCI GRAND SLAM award winner handles your morning @Omoluabi 2018

Feb 9th 2018

Seun Osikalu, nominated by JCI Nigeria, was elected as 2016 International Vice President 
during JCI World Congress that took place in Kanazawa, Japan, in November 2015 during the 
100th Anniversary of the JCI Movement. 
Born September 11, 1976, in Lagos, Nigeria, Seun holds a Master’s degree in Marketing and 
Higher Diploma in Mass Communication. He is an Executive Director in Moxie Media Ltd., a 
Marketing Communication Agency in Nigeria, overseeing advertising / communication 
investments of several local and global brands. 
He is happily married. 
Hesso, as he is fondly called, joined JCI Mapoly in 1998 as a collegiate member and later JCI 
Eko in 2004 upon graduating and finishing his compulsory National service. After holding 
several local board and Executive positions, he became the Local President of JCI Eko in 
2010. He was elected as National Vice President in 2011 and National Executive Vice President 
in 2012. Seun was appointed Director of International Affairs in 2014 before being elected as 
National President in 2015. 
At the international level, Seun won the Best CSR Project in Africa and Middle East in 2011 
and best National Flagship Project in 2015. He has attended 15 JCI Area Conferences and 6 
JCI World Congresses spanning four continents of the world. 
In 2016, Seun served as JCI Vice President supervising JCI National Organisations in seven 
Africa and Middle East countries that includes Morocco, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Cameroon, 
Zambia and Lesotho. 
Hesso was recognised in 2016 with JCI Senator, a life time membership award, JCI Award of 
Excellent Service and the JCI Grand Slam award for his committed service to JCI in 2016.�
 
He will be in charge of the IMPACT FORUM @ Omoluabi 2018...you shouldn't be told... 
 
 
Oluwaseun Robinson 
 
2018 National Director of Training 
 
JCI Nigeria
 
Tel; 08034698415
 
2018 Presidential Theme: Citizens in Action
Engage. Inspire. Act
 
JCI - Junior Chamber International Nigeria
 
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