Wendy Olayiwola has strong values in self-belief, personal development, philanthropy, mentoring, supporting others, just as passionately promoting and advocacy for equalities among Black and Minority Ethnic groups. Her dislikes are inequalities and unfairness.
Currently, she is the Specialist Midwife and Interim Senior Midwifery Manager for low risk area and Supervisor of Midwives in BARTS HEALTH NHS Trust, London.
Wendy is a registered nurse and midwife with more than two decades of active, fruitful and broadened years of service in community and public health; the recognition and influence of her abilities reach, influence and touch several spheres within and outside the United Kingdom. Wendy is well seasoned in articulating and participation in diverse roles that involve hospital, community, private health and well-being.
Wendy received her academic honours in Nursing from Buckinghamshire Chiltern University; BA (Hons.) and, Midwifery from City University London BSc (Hons.); with further studies, she obtained a merited Diploma in Management and Leadership Studies and, is currently doing a Post Graduate (MSC) degree in Public health at the University of East London.
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Obi Amadi is passionate about equality and diversity issues, in particular the disadvantages BME and in particular Nigerian nurses face on a daily basis. “Our parents came to better our life chances and have paved the way for us and others to progress more easily in the health and Public sector systems where many work now.