Enibokun Theresa Orobator is a public health professional and an expert medico-scientific communicator with more than seven years' experience in public health, science communication, and medical education. Currently, she is senior medical science liaison in a multinational company, where she facilitates medical education programs, capacity-building, and skills transfer training sessions for healthcare providers and patient-support programs for indigent patients with noncommunicable diseases in Nigeria and Ghana. Enibokun serves on the board of several local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and volunteers with both international and local NGOs to provide quality healthcare services to underserved communities in Nigeria. Enibokun holds a master's degree in Global Health and Infectious Diseases from the University of Edinburgh, and she is passionate about addressing health disparities, poor health systems, and the inequalities in access to healthcare services in Sub-Saharan Africa. As an emerging healthcare leader, Enibokun is eager to explore how effective healthcare policies and management can be used to address the health disparities in low- and middle-income countries (LMCs). She aspires to the highest level of healthcare leadership. After completing the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders, Enibokun plans to continue providing high-quality healthcare programs for LMCs.
Last updated: 2021