​Toyese Oyeyemi Jr., MPH, MCHES


Toyese Oyeyemi

​Toyese Oyeyemi Jr. is Director of the Social Mission Alliance based at the Fitzhugh Mullan Institute for Health Workforce Equity (Mullan Institute), with research, teaching, and practice experience in health workforce, health professions education, and community health assessment and response. Mr. Oyeyemi is an inaugural Senior Fellow (2017) of the Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity based at the Mullan Institute. 

Mr. Oyeyemi is a 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 – where he had spent the previous 8 years in public health practice – developing interventions through community-university partnerships via the novel Health Extension Model. He studied community health at New Mexico State University, public health graduate studies at the University of New Mexico and George Washington University, and business administration at the University of Arizona.

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