Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 3:37PM
Adesola Sanusi is a Computer Science concentrator pursuing a secondary in Economics and a citation in Yoruba. Adesola currently lives in Cabot House, but she was born in Lagos, Nigeria and grew up in New Jersey after relocating to America at the age of five. Adesola is particularly interested in product management, software engineering, and entrepreneurship. During her time at Harvard, she has served as a Co-Community Chair of Women in Computer Science, a Girls Who Code mentor, and a Harvard College Consulting Group analyst. In addition, she currently serves as the secretary of Harvard’s Black Students Association. Upon graduation, Adesola hopes to occupy a product management role within the technology industry. Having lost both of her parents before she reached the age of 20, Adesola hopes to carry on the legacy of those who preceded her, including her parents, Deshaun Hill, Harvard Stephens, and past recipients. She is truly grateful and honored to have received this scholarship.