Adetayo James Adetokun

Adetayo James Adetokun is a Public Health Advocate and Founder of The NorthEast Archives, where he spotlights the issues that affect displaced communities in North East Nigeria.

He has worked with Mentally Aware Nigeria Initiative as a volunteer and in several capacities with Women At Risk International Foundation, United People Global, United Nations, The Alliance For International Medical Action, CIVICUS Global Alliance and INTERSOS.

Adetayo was selected as a Sustainability Leader at United People Global and has participated in global conferences like the YengChing Global Symposium in China, ITU Generations Connect Global Youth Summit in Kigali, World Youth Alliance Summit in Nairobi, London Medical Research Conference in London, World Health Conference in Massachusetts, USA, and the Bridge Program in Lagos, where he is currently a fellow.

He has interned with MCKESSON, Australasian Society for AIDS and Infectious Diseases and UNICEF, where he researched infectious diseases affecting grassroots communities. He is a Global Activist at ONE Campaign advocating for the eradication of extreme poverty and preferable diseases and a Digital Designer at World Youth Alliance. Adetayo is a member of the Policy Advisory Council of the Federation of African Medics.

He is interested in helping the less privileged access affordable digital healthcare solutions in real time.