Skip to main content

Management and Staff

Executive Director – Akintunde Akinmolayan

Akintunde gives strategic leadership and direction to Wellness Africa Foundation as its volunteer Executive Director since inception. He holds B.Agric (Crop Protection) and M.Agric (Agricultural Economics & Farm Management) degrees from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta and has had over fifteen years post-university work experience in the corporate world, the third sector (NGO) and public service. He had worked as the Special Assistant to the Ogun State Governor on Agriculture and currently works as the Agribusiness Project Support Specialist in a consulting firm in Abuja. He possesses impeccable writing, strong communications and team leadership skills.

Programme Director – Omotola Akinmolayan

Omotola works in Wellness Africa Foundation as the Programme Director. She is a trained Medical Doctor who is passionate about public health, especially global medicine, adolescent health, public health nutrition, rural health etc. She has experience in public, private and the development sectors. As a proficient speaker, she enjoys putting the right information out there to different categories of people, especially in areas concerning their health and wellbeing. She has great interpersonal and leadership skills. She holds an M.B.Ch.B degree from the prestigious Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria; certificate  in Global Health Project Management (University of Washington, USA); certificate in Basic Life Support (National CPR Foundation, USA); Health, Safety and Environment Induction (NNPC Refinery, Kaduna, Nigeria). She is a resident Doctor in Community Medicine and Primary Care, Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Abeokuta, Ogun state, Nigeria.

Tobiloba Adesimbo

Tobiloba keeps the financial records and ensures that daily operations of the organisation are performed seamlessly as the Programme Administrative Officer. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from ISFOP University Cotonou, Republic du Benin. She is trained in providing Basic Life Support by the American Heart Association. She served as a corps member at HIV/AIDS unit Disease control department of Ekiti state Ministry of Health. She is passionate about public health and service to humanity.

Agbekeye Felix

Felix provides invaluable support in the areas of project implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and marketing as the Programme Assistant. He is a Health Information Technician from the College of Health Technology, Ilesa, Osun State and has once served as a health worker in primary health centers (PHCs) in Ogun State.