Olubukunola Adewunmi George
She is the Founder & CEO of HealthPlus Limited and CasaBella Int’l Limited. She holds an MBA and is an Alumnus of Lagos Business School.
Olubukunola Adewunmi (Bukky) George is the Founder & CEO of HealthPlus Limited and CasaBella Int’l Limited. HealthPlus is Nigeria’s first Integrative Pharmacy, the fastest growing pharmacy chain in West Africa, committed to its mission of helping people achieve Optimum Health and Vitality.
HealthPlus is the recipient of the Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award for Retail Pharmacy of the Year 2014, 2015 & 2016.
Bukky has over 24 years of experience in the retail health & beauty industry. She is a registered Pharmacist with the Pharmacists Council of Nigeria, the General Pharmaceutical Council UK and a member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.
She holds an MBA and is an Alumnus of Lagos Business School. She is currently enrolled in the Owner President Management (OPM) Program at the Harvard Business School.
Bukky was a Finalist in the Business Woman of the Year Category of the CNBC 2014 All African Business Leaders Awards. In March 2014, Bukky was selected as one of the 23 leaders from 18 emerging economies to participate in the 2014 Fortune/US State Department Global Women’s Mentoring program.
In the same month, she joined the President, World Bank Group; CEO, The Goldman Sachs Group; and CEO, IFC on a panel to discuss Access to Capital for Women Entrepreneurs and the signing of The Women Entrepreneurs Opportunity Facility – the first-ever global finance facility dedicated exclusively to women-owned small and medium-sized enterprises.
Bukky George is the Chairman of Sanofi Pharmacy Advisory Board and a Merit Award Winner of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) Lagos Chapter. She is an Associate Member of and a Mentor for Women in Management, Business & Public Service (WIMBIZ).
Bukky is a Multi-award Winner for Excellence in Entrepreneurship, Healthcare and Community Service.
Bukky and her husband live in Lagos with their four children.