Olajumoke Ojeleye is a Nigerian registered nurse, midwife, lecturer, trainer, conference speaker and author with 16 years of experience across various clinical and academic settings.
She has had training and experiences in educating women and their families, both on virtual and onsite platforms. She has also volunteered at several outreaches and programs targeted at the complete wellness of the childbearing woman and her family.
Olajumoke has undertaken researches which focused largely on women, children and adolescent populations including orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and presented the findings at national and international conferences. Her diligence and passion for nursing and midwifery has always distinguished her as a dedicated nurse and midwife.
She is the Lead Facilitator & Founder of the Research Resource Hub, a social enterprise and educational research centre in Lagos Nigeria which is dedicated to research capacity-building of students and professionals, to help them confidently undertake research as it applies to their professional practice and to navigate the research process with ease.
In 2020, Olajumoke released the Research Workbook for Health Science Professionals: Your guide to completing your Research like a Pro! which is now being sought for at various institutions within and outside Nigeria and also available on Amazon.
She is a journal reviewer, member of the prestigious Honor Society for Nursing (STTI) & the International Marcé Society for Perinatal Mental Health. She currently serves as the Global Mentee Representative for the International Marcé Mentorship Program.
Olajumoke is currently a doctoral student at the University Of South Florida College Of Nursing, USA with a focus on maternal mental health and maternal & child health genomics.