The Adunni Olorisha Trust
John AdelekeJohn Adeyemi Adeleke  Trustee and Chair
John Adeleke is a lawyer, qualified in London and Nigeria, and an investment risk consultant. He heads the World Trade Centre of Nigeria Ltd/Gte and sits on the international Board of the World Trade Centre Association Inc. in New York.
SangodarePriest Sangodare Ajala New Sacred Art Movement Trustee
Sangodare Ajala is a traditional Priest, artist and the adopted son of Susanne Wenger. Sangodare’s art is recognized both nationally (recipient of Nigeria’s 2010 Golden Jubilee Award) and internationally, and his work can be found in both public institutions (Oxford University) and in private collections. As On-Site Manager, Mr. Ajala plays an essential role in the execution of the restoration work carried out by the AOT.
Gusti Merzeder-Taylor Gusti Merzeder-Taylor  Trustee
Ms. Merzeder Taylor is a Trustee of both the AOT and The Susanne Wenger Foundation in Austria. Gusti lived and worked in Nigeria for more than 25 years. She was a very close friend of Susanne Wenger, co-authored books with her and provides important archival material to support the AOT’s work.

Key Volunteers:

Hugh Campbell and Robin Campbell Hugh Campbell and Robin Campbell  Volunteer Co-Chairs, AOT Management Committee
Mr. Campbell is a Canadian lawyer who has worked and lived in Nigeria for more than 35 years. He is the retired Senior Country Officer for Alcatel. Ms. Campbell is Canadian professional in Community Development and Planning living in Lagos. She has held executive positions in numerous Canadian NGOs.
Chief and Priestess Adedoyin Talabi FaniyiChief and Priestess Adedoyin Talabi Faniyi  
Doyin Faniyi is a traditional Priestess, and the adopted daughter of Susanne Wenger. Doyin has a MA from the University of Ibadan in African Studies and has lectured at Universities in both Nigeria and in the USA. Doyin continues to live in Susanne Wenger’s house and welcomes visitors, introducing them to the history of the Sacred Groves and Yoruba traditions.