Kingsley is a lawyer who founded Danalix to realize his career-long objective of converting the personal challenges faced by him and his colleagues in the legal profession with the overly monetized but inadequate law practice management applications in the market into an opportunity to create an affordable, user-friendly, compliance-oriented, all-in-one, enterprise, practice and business management software for lawyers and other professionals.
Kingsley is a member of the Law Society of Ontario’s Advisory Council on Access to Innovation (A2I). The A2I project allows providers of innovative technological legal services (ITLS) to serve consumers while complying with risk-based public protection requirements. Kingsley has been a member of the Advisory Council since the he A2I five-year pilot project commenced in November 2021.The Advisory Council includes leaders from the legal tech/innovation sector, the practicing legal professions, the public sector and academia, and other regulated industries. The Advisory Council assists the Law Society with several key aspects of A2I’s operations and members provide strategic advice to the A2I’s management team to help steer the initiative to meet its objectives. They also review application materials from prospective A2I participants, make approval recommendations and play an ongoing role in monitoring outcomes.
Kingsley has been admitted as a member of Microsoft for Startups Founder’s Hub which entitles Danalix to benefit from an array of technical, institutional and software partnerships and incentives from Microsoft and its affiliates.
Kingsley is called of the Bars of Ontario, Canada and Nigeria. He is the founder and managing counsel of Kingsley Jesuorobo & Associates, a Toronto-based law firm. Kingsley has practiced law for over 30 years. He has represented thousands of clients. Kingsley has also written legal articles, presented scholarly lectures and moderated in various fora, including Oxford University, United Kingdom; York University, Canada; and at sundry International Bar conferences and seminars in several countries. Kingsley has trained dozens of lawyers and numerous paralegals under the Bar Admission program of the Law Society of Ontario, Canada. He has also organized intensive law course/professional training for numerous judges.
Kingsley is the Vice President (North America), African Bar Association and the Chairman (Canada Forum), African Bar Association. Kingsley is also the Chair of the Board of Directors, Canadian Association of Nigerian Lawyers. He has also previously served as the President of the Canadian Association of Nigerian Lawyers.
Kingsley co-founded Canada's first black 24-hour television network, First Entertainment Voice of Africa Television (FEVA TV). He also served as the Chief Legal Counsel of FEVA TV. He has also served as the Chair of the Board of Directors, Canada Nigeria Chamber of Commerce.
Kingsley is also the Chair of the Board of Directors of Lil’ Requester, an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) software that helps to combat socio-communication, speech and language challenges for people with special needs.
Kingsley has received numerous awards and recognitions for professional excellence.
Kingsley describes himself as “a lawyer by day, a poet by night and many other things in between”. His book, “Province of Poetry: A collection of poems and philosophical phrases”, is an Amazon Bestseller.
Olumuyiwa is a business technology entrepreneur & consultant. He holds a BSc in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University, New York and started his career as a Software Developer at Thomson Reuters, recruited right from University, before venturing into technology consulting & entrepreneurship.
Over the years, Olumuyiwa has consulted for various private and public institutions in Nigeria, US and Canada including but not limited to the Ontario Government, Canada and the Sandy City Government, United States among others.
Olumuyiwa was one of the founding investors and board directors of the Accelerated Area Council Titles Re-Issuance Scheme (AACTRIS), a public private partnership initiative designed to use technology to make federal property title validation, verification and processing more inclusive in Nigeria.
Olumuyiwa was appointed by City of Vaughan Council to a 10 member Accessibility Advisory Committee to support the city’s vision on progressive accessibility which included leveraging technology. The committee includes public and private multi disciplinary industry leaders including the City of Vaughan’s Deputy Mayor and former mayor, coming together to strategize on making the city’s services more inclusive and accessible to all its citizens.
Olumuyiwa is an accessibility champion, using his experience as a software and technology entrepreneur to support his local Toronto community by serving as Administrator and Chairman of the Accessibility Strategy Committee at his local charity and church, Jesus House Toronto - amongst other leadership roles.
Olumuyiwa has also received award of recognition and appreciation by the Toronto Police Division 13 for his leadership and dedicated support to his community.
Kelvin Jesuorobo holds a Master’s degree from London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom, and Project Management and Business Analysis training from Canadian Academic Institution earning him professional certifications from Project Management Institute (PMI) and International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA).
Kelvin brings with him more than 20 years experience in Service Delivery Management in several countries.
Kelvin previously occupied managerial positions at Securitas Security Services (UK) Ltd. where he oversaw operations through effective manpower planning, employee engagement, and allocation of resources with respect to the protection of strategic and vital assets in banking, healthcare, retail, education sectors etc. in line with the clients’ service level agreements in the United Kingdom.
Kelvin also has extensive experience from his role as a Business Analyst/Project Manager in Information Technology projects at Crear Management Limited over several years. At Crear, Kelvin led and coordinated multiple initiatives responsible for helping various tech-based businesses achieve set project development and deployment objectives.
As part of the Danalix management team, Kelvin leads the planning and execution of the project, especially the implementation of creative ideas that ensured effective resource planning and allocation and eventual product delivery. Kelvin is also in charge of the team that develops Danalix’s overall business agenda, which has resulted in innovative and sustainable business modules.