Osasumwen is a self-motivated HR professional who cares deeply about providing employees with the resources needed for their professional and personal wellbeing. She is experienced at driving human capital strategy and organizational effectiveness, and implementing change through data-driven practices.

Osasumwen joined Living Cities in 2017 as a human resources intern in the DC Office where she formerly managed several transformational projects that improved the HR functional team and the organization as a whole. She later became a full-time employee and brought specialized knowledge and leadership skills needed to deliver meaningful organizational goals.

Prior to joining Living Cities, Osasumwen worked as a Data Analyst at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business Technology Center. She provided IT and human resource support to the School of Business by managing students’ lifecycle using the Salesforce platform and providing analytics to support senior management’s decisions. Osasumwen has also worked as a Human Resources Consultant for a technology management firm based in Rockville, Maryland as part of a human capital course at Georgetown University. She analyzed the business’s challenges, implemented HR metrics, and improved the HR infrastructure by offering strategies to support the organization’s anticipated growth. Osasumwen has also worked at Legacy Pension Managers in Abuja, Nigeria where she oversaw the daily valuation of company pension funds while providing HR support.

Osasumwen shares a deep interest in improving low-income communities through education. She has volunteered in the low-income communities of Yola, Nigeria by renovating dilapidated schools, offering free English lessons, and coordinating educational excursions for children. As a Corps Member in Nigeria, she co-founded the Readers Club of an elementary school and provided strategic leadership to inculcate reading habits in students and improve their learning outcomes.

Osasumwen holds a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management with a concentration in Strategic Human Capital Management from Georgetown University and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the American University of Nigeria (AUN). She is an active member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and its Northern Virginia chapter (NOVA SHRM).