“Hello Keji, here’s my success story. Sorry it came a bit late, please keep me anonymous. Thanks
The phrase “Get your hands dirty” is actually not a cliché, but a fact. I joined DBT April 2016 frustrated from not been able to change my career even with my PRINCE2 certification. I was discouraged from joining by one and encouraged by another. After having a chat with the latter, I realised she has actually acquired a wealth of knowledge from DBT. Keji thank you so much for this wonderful platform, may God continue to enrich you.
I started off as a Checklist lead with Headhunters, Deputy Planner on Search Marketing and Analytics project and also gained a lot on Phantom.
I’ve met a lot of wonderful people on the platform who are always ready to help. Tayo Richards has been so wonderful, consistent and passionate at what she does, thanks so much for the knowledge you transfer.
To my wonderful mentor Rotimi Ige, if there’s anyone out there who thinks they cannot do it, Rotimi will give you a million and one reasons why you are the best. Love you Sis, you’re the best.
Bolade Faj, thanks so much for the nights you stayed up to make sure my C.V was top notch, God bless you.
Abiodun Idowu…hmmm, I have gained a brother on the platform, you have been a great motivator, you just did not give up on me. The truth is, he took my case like his own, always ready to answer every question .God will continue to bless you and your family.
To all the lovely people that have helped one way or another, all my DTO team members, you’ve all been wonderful.
Lastly, I’m so grateful to God, my wonderful husband and kids for their support, it paid off at last.
My advice to everyone: Get your hands dirty, believe in God, yourself and the platform.
I got a Project Control Analyst role and this is my second interview…DBT rocks”