Toyese Oyeyemi, MPH, MCHES, MBA
Public Health Practitioner & Researcher
Washington, D.C.United States, North America
BioToyese Oyeyemi is Executive Director of the Social Mission Alliance in the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity at George Washington University. His research, teaching and practice have focused on equitable health workforce development, social and structural determinants of health, and community-driven interventions in population health.
Toyese is a public health practitioner, Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES), and maintains a faculty lecture title in population health and faculty research title in family and community medicine at the University of New Mexico. He studied community health (BA) at New Mexico State University, public health (MPH) at the University of New Mexico, and business management (MBA) at the University of Arizona.
OrganizationSocial Mission Alliance
Learn more about Toyese's work:
A Better Way to Measure and Rank Medical Schools
Health care equity is an economic opportunity
Medicine has a race problem — more silence won’t help
Estimation and Comparison of Current and Future Racial/Ethnic Representation in the US Health Care Workforce
Increasing Health Equity by confronting racism, bias and discrimination in Health Workforce Education and Global Health
Embarking on the Path to Stem-H Careers