Ruka Sanusi – The Business Whisperer
Ruka Sanusi is Founder and Principal of Alldens Lane. Ruka is a management consultant with a unique focus on providing advisory services in the areas of business strategy, business operations and business transformation. Her career to date has been built around her abilities to both provide advice on matters of business strategy and business operations, and organizing resources and facilities to implement recommendations. She has strategic and operational ability. A skilful professional with 20 years of international consulting experience, Ruka conveys a deep knowledge of matters pertinent to business management, strategy development and organisational transformation.
Prior to founding Alldens Lane in 2012, Ruka served as part of the senior management team at PwC Ghana and PwC Nigeria for over a decade; and the decade before that she worked with the global corporation Crown Agents in the UK, as part of their international consulting team serving clients in Africa and the Caribbean. Ruka has advised governments, public sector organisations and private corporations on international projects and assignments in 16 sub-Saharan African countries. She has lived in the UK, Tanzania, Ghana and Nigeria.
An MBA holder (cum laude), Ruka is the Founder of Alldens Lane, a boutique business strategy consulting firm which has a unique focus on providing business advisory services and executive business coaching to women-owned and women-led businesses in Africa’s small and growing business sector. Through Alldens Lane, Ruka provides women entrepreneurs with business direction, balanced support and thought provoking business performance and growth analytics, from which they can grow and transform their businesses – and their lives.
Ruka is the Founder of the WCEO Academy, an initiative to raise and support extraordinary female CEOs and business leaders in Africa. She hosts the Mastering The Marketplace, The Intentional Business, and the Leading Authentically Master Classes for female business leaders in Africa.