The Adunni Olorisha Trust- Adunni Osun Foundation

Trustees and Founders:

John Adeyemi Adeleke (Co-/chair)
John Adeleke is a lawyer, qualified in London and Nigeria, and an investment risk consultant.
Olumide Adeosun (Co-/chair)
CEO of Ardova Plc, a producer of refined petroleum and low carbon energy products; promoter of the arts
Chief and Priestess Adedoyin Talabi Faniyi 
Doyin Faniyi is a traditional Priestess, holds many Chieftaincy titles and is the adopted daughter of Susanne Wenger. Doyin has a MA from the University of Ibadan in African Studies. Doyin continues to live in Susanne Wenger’s house.
Peju Alatise Celebrated Nigerian contemporary artist and writer, Peju represented Nigeria in the Art Biennale Venice in 2019 and the Venice Architectural Biennale in 2021
Olufemi A. Akinsanya Akinsanya (Chair, Save Our Art! Save Our Heritage! Campaign) Investment banker, financial and private equity investor; Notable collector and promoter of the arts in Nigeria.
Gusti Merzeder-Taylor  Close friend of Susanne Wenger, co-authored books with her and provides important archival material to support the restoration work.
Hugh Campbell and Robin Campbell   Mr. Campbell is a lawyer and the retired Senior Country Officer for Alcatel. Ms. Campbell is a Canadian professional living in Lagos.
Priest Sangodare Ajala New Sacred Art Movement (1946-2021): Sangodare Ajala was a traditional Priest, artist and the adopted son of Susanne Wenger. He played an essential role in the execution of the restoration work in the Groves.