Doyin is a multiple award-winning chartered business psychologist, consultant, executive coach, researcher and skilled facilitator. She is also a thought leader in diversity and inclusivity, multiple identities and organisational leadership.
She has worked with several FTSE 100 businesses, United Nations agencies, the UK Civil Service and professional services firms. Past engagements include leadership development for a global financial institution, coaching for aspiring senior civil servants, a diversity audit for an industry regulator and implicit bias training for legal services.
Doyin is Deputy Chair of the British Psychology Society’s Diversity and Inclusion at Work group. She is Dean of Rhodes Scholarships at the University of Oxford and also currently holds faculty positions at Cranfield School of Management, UK; Queen Mary University of London, School of Business and Management; Lagos Business School, Nigeria and the Human Resources Management Department at University of Pretoria, South Africa.
Doyin was the lead researcher of the 2017 Sir John Parker Review into ethnic diversity on FTSE 100 boards (commissioned by the then UK Secretary of State for Business).
These experiences and qualifications combined, give Doyin an extensive understanding of leadership development in the context of diversity and inclusion.
Doyin thrives on using the science of psychology and behaviour to help get powerful results for the individuals, for their teams and for the organisation, especially when it involves diversity. Doyin is based in the East Midlands, UK.