Tosin Agbabiaka is currently an early-stage investor at Octopus Ventures, a global venture capital firm. There he provides capital, strategic, and operational support to grow companies focused on, amongst other things, financial inclusion. He has worked on economic development efforts domestically and globally, from supporting local development efforts in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s District 4 to recently lending finance and legal support to build clean energy projects in Africa. He is a Senior Fellow (Copenhagen 2011 and Pat Cox 2012), migration policy advocate, lawyer, and ardent Duke basketball fan. Feel free to e-mail.
More from Tosin Agbabiaka
Senior Fellows Raise $31,610 for Giving Campaign 2020
Each year we run a Senior Fellow Giving Campaign, which aims to gather support from the Senior Fellow community for Humanity in Action programming. This year we raised over $31,000!
Senior Fellows Raise $35,462 for Giving Campaign
Each year we run a Senior Fellow Giving Campaign, which aims to gather support from the Senior Fellow community for future Humanity in Action programming. This year we raised over $35,000!
Finovate Podcast: Octopus Ventures
Finovate Podcast hosts Senior Fellow Tosin Agbabiaka of Octopus Ventures to talk financial inclusion from a venture capitalist perspective, advice for startup, and the (hypothetical) self-serving bank agenda.
Thank you to our 2020 US Review and Admissions Committees
As every year, Humanity in Action received many applications for our Fellowships in Europe and Atlanta this year. We are so grateful to the dedicated Senior Fellows and friends who volunteered their time and energy in reading and reviewing applications.
Senior Fellow Tosin Agbabiaka Voted one of 31 Under 31 in The Future of Venture Capital
HBCUvc voted Senior Fellow Tosin Agbabiaka as one of the leaders changing the culture of innovation in 2020.
Thank you to our 2019 US Review and Admissions Committees
Thank you to our 2016 US Review and Admissions Committees
Humanity in Action received 513 applications for our Fellowships in Europe and Atlanta this year, as well as 165 applications for the Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.
Moving Beyond “the Danish Identity”: The Role of Ethnic Minorities in Forging a More Inclusive Society