Omolade works in corporate finance advisory within a Japanese bank, having previously worked in a global American bank. She is very dedicated, committed and displays outstanding qualities of a rising star, both at her work and personal engagements. As a vocal advocate for diversity, Omolade is on the team of the first Diversity and Inclusion forum in her firm.

Omolade is a motivator and an influencer; she impacts courage to push people to reach their goals. Outside work, she volunteers her time as a personal mentor through the Birmingham Women in Finance mentorship program and other sources. She puts her inspiration down to growing up without mentors and having very limited information about her career options. Due to her volunteering, entrepreneurship and local fundraising activities, she won a Jane Klausman Western European Women in Business scholarship.

Omolade is a big advocate of international development. She is on the management team of NYPF (Nigerian Young Professionals Network), a society that harnesses young prolific Nigerians in diaspora with suitable contacts in Nigeria to foster the migration of talents back to the country. Additionally, she coaches youths in community-led societies on career related topics and she co-founded LSE Entrepreneurship & Businesses in Africa society.