Fellow:Titilope Osisanlu

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Titilope Osisanlu is a University Innovation Fellow and an undergraduate student studying Petroleum Engineering at the University of Tulsa (TU).

She is involved in many multicultural clubs on campus. Including her role as president of TU's African Student Association, she is an active member of National Society of Black Engineers, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, and Society of Women Engineers. She currently serves as Vice President of her school's chapter of American Association of Drilling Engineers. She also participates in NOVA, TU's unique innovation club. She won an award at one of their events called TU Day of Innovation. 

Titilope was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, goes back home from school to Milwakee, Wisconsin, but loves the geniality of Tulsa, Oklahoma. She is passionate about seeing ideas come to life, even teaching herself how to code so that she could create her own apps. Her motto is "Color your life outside the lines." After graduating, she hopes to work for an energy compnay that allows her to further her professional career while still being an advocate for innovations, like Williams.

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