Tosin Osunbunmi is a certified business advisor with the Miami Valley Small Business Development Center (SBDC), where she leads the outreach, business training and assistance to entrepreneurial immigrants and other small businesses in the Miami Valley. She has a passion for helping small businesses start, retain, and grow their business to be profitable and successful.
Prior to joining SBDC she worked in Montgomery County's (County) Community and Economic Development (CED) department and with the BusinessFirst! for a Greater Dayton program, where she managed some of the County’s U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Development Block Grant program projects. She also managed the creation of the Global Dayton Region Report, which show cases all the international assets in the Dayton region. In addition, she spearheaded the County’s CED minority-owned business outreach program in partnership with the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce Minority Business Partnership, to help minority-owned businesses access business resources in the Dayton region and the state of Ohio.
Tosin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from Iowa State University, a Juris Doctorate from University of Massachusetts School of Law, a Master of Public Administration from Wright State University, and a Certified Business Advisor certificate from Kent State University. She enjoys singing, cooking, traveling, reading, and online shopping. She resides in the Dayton Metropolitan area with her husband and two sons.