Foyeke has over 20 years’ experience of working in Public Health and of coordinating and carrying out research for leading NGOs and academic institutions.
Master of Public Health, by the University of Maastricht (Netherlands), Foyeke holds a Doctorate in Microbiology from the University of Ibadan (Nigeria). She is a fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health (UK).
Foyeke has worked in both the humanitarian and development contexts, government and non-governmental organisations, the private sector and academic institutions. Her career took place in over 20 countries, where she connected mostly with populations affected by disasters.
Before joining PSA, Foyeke worked as Public Health Promotion Adviser, Public Health Coordinator, Consultant and Trainer with leading NGOs (Oxfam, British Red Cross, Doctors Without Borders, Red R, etc.)
She is currently Visiting Lecturer at the University of Cranfield, after holding the same position at Universities of Oxford, Boston and Oxford Brookes, among others.
To PSA, she brings her passion for contributing to alleviating suffering and injustice in whatever form and wherever it exists, especially in developing countries and among vulnerable populations. She likes writing, photography, publishing and influencing others positively for a better and fairer world.