Temi Olorunsogo.
PhD Student
Information Science

Temi Olorunsogo is a second-year PhD student studying information science. Her current research interest lies in understanding how data trajectories effect philanthropic organizations. She has a strong passion for both philanthropy and technology.

Before joining CU, Temi consulted for non-profits, governments, and private organizations on energy projects, public policy and knowledge management. 

Temi is a Philanthropic Informatics Lab (PIRL) member, advised by Professor Amy Voida. She has a Master's in Business Information Systems Management from Middlesex University and a bachelor's in computer engineering.

Outside of research and her studies, Temi enjoys being a personal shopper/stylist, running, practicing yoga and dancing.