Omolaso is from Nigeria and holds a Bachelors degree in Environmental Biology and Masters degree in Safety, Health and Environmental Management. Omolaso’s PhD research is a cross-cultural comparison of well-being among workers and students from three distinct cultural backgrounds: White British in the United Kingdom (UK), Ethnic Minorities in the UK (including international students) and Nigerians in Nigeria. Well-being comprises two main aspects: the positive (life satisfaction, happiness etc.) and the negative (stress, anxiety, etc.). It is common for well-being research to focus on either aspect – thus inferring well-being from their presence or absence. However, it has been shown that both aspects are not necessarily diametrically opposed and thus should be integrated in the study of the well-being process. Cultural differences like nationality and ethnicity are also believed to influence people’s perceptions of their well-being. Thus, his research seeks to investigate the role of cultural differences in the well-being process.