Meet Segun Babalola of the St. Louis Economic Partnership

As he was growing up, Olusegun (Segun) Babalola found himself traveling across Europe, exploring parts of the Middle East and Africa where he was exposed to different cultures and ways of life. His father worked in International Business, which allowed his family to travel the world and live in multiple countries. Segun, a native Nigerian grew up in Lagos, Nigeria until age 12. He moved to the Ivory Coast through age 17 and then returned to Nigeria. Segun studied abroad in France while in university and speaks English, French and Yoruba. He was always on the move and eager for adventure as he was growing up. Although Segun has been in the United States for 11 years, his adventurous spirit has driven him to create an exciting life in St. Louis.

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