Dr. Titilope Adedeji is a public health physician who obtained a master’s degree in public health from Liverpool John Moore’s university with vast clinical, research, and project management experience with a passion for providing sustainable, results-focused solutions towards healthcare reform. She has over 5 years of experience designing, leading, and implementing high-impact public health interventions across health systems strengthening, vaccine and immunization programs, with extensive knowledge on service delivery and commodity (TB, HIV/AIDS, FP/RH/MNCH) supply chain. Over the years, she has led collaborative teams, conducted qualitative and quantitative research, developed research protocols and policy documents, evaluated results, with deep investment in data-driven decision making and advocacy for data structured systems. She has provided technical support to the Nigerian federal and state government across various programs including immunization and emergency preparedness response. Through her years in public health practice, she has supervised and coordinated capacity building workshops for over 20 separate groups across various programs working with a wide range of donors and partners and also developed and monitored the use of microplanning documents which have strengthened the Nigerian health systems.