Ayomide (Ayo) Omotola, MPH, is Project Coordinator for the Sub-Saharan Africa Region Program.
Ayo is originally from Nigeria where she, gained experience working on nutrition projects funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) and managed the implementation and evaluation of interventions aimed at children younger than 5 in Nigeria.
Since completing her MPH at Boston University, she has worked with hospitals where she managed different health initiatives aimed at strengthening healthcare systems, improving access to health care, and invariably health outcomes. She also worked as a consultant on program evaluation and quality improvement projects.
Outside work, she continues her passion for reducing health inequities, improving health outcomes, and contributing to innovation in health care by volunteering time to projects and research aimed at reducing infant mortality and improving population health. She is also a freelance photographer who enjoys traveling, cooking, and learning new skills.