Dr Rebecca  Oluwayemisi Adeyeye ( www.yemisiadeyeye.com) is the cofounder and managing director of Lifefount Hospital a leading hospital in cancer care,Surgery and endoscopy. She is a fellow of institute of management consultants and  the pioneer president  of Academy for women entrepreneurs (AWE) Alumnae which is a part of the white House led women's global development and prosperity initiative (W-GDP). She is recognised in 2021 as a global leader by the U.S  department of states under the International Visitors Leadership Program (IVLP).She is an executive of NECA's Network of Entrepreneurial Women ( NNEW). She recently authored her maiden book 'Entrepreneurship  is a beautiful thing' which is a business guide for aspiring and seasoned business owners who seeks to acquire business management skills.

Dr Yemisi Adeyeye is an international mentor.and trainer who has won several awards and scholarships including the Kwame Nkurumah Exemplary Leadership Award 2021 by ECOWAS Youth Council , Entrepreneur of the year 2020 by kwaralive, Amazon Award by LeapAfrica and World bank women X scholarship award. She was hosted twice as a speaker at the Dubai Leadership Summit Dubai UAE. Her audiences referred to her style of presentation as relatable, memorable andactionable. Her speaking topics includes but not limited to entrepreneurship, health, women's economic advancement, relationship management and  faith based topics. 

She is a brand ambassador for Tony Elumelu Foundation and Her Venture app of Cherie Blair foundation and ExxonMobil. She sits on the advisory board of AIESEC ILC.

She has postgraduate certification in Entrepreneurial Management from EDC (Lagos Business School) of Pan-Atlantic University , Leadership and management in Global health from university of Washington USA and a Postgraduate diploma in Education from NTI/Open University. 

Dr Yemisi Adeyeye is very passionate as promoting entrepreneurship and healthcare ,she cofounded Lifefount foundation which has many social impact projects.  Lifefount business Network project facilitates business trainings, Seminars and conferences which empowers youths and female entrepreneurs through mentorship, training and networking.

Lifefount Cooperative society  project is a peer to peer funding of businesses from financial contributions of members. 

Lifefount school social  impact project trained 35  trainers on emotional intelligence ,genotype education and prevention of sexual and drugs addiction to three thousand and eighty-six students ( 3,086) in 13  secondary schools in different communities in kwara state. Lifefount cancer awareness and screening projects has given free breast clinical examination, mammography and ultrasound  to one thousand and five hundred (1500) women in two states in Nigeria in the past three years.

Dr Yemisi leveraged on technology to train one thousand,  one hundred and fifty-four(1,154) youths and female business owners on how to launch and structure their businesses profitably and sustainably during the pandemic.Lifefount Hospital under her leadership also leveraged on technology and provided training to about one thousand medical personnels on COVID-19 and cancer  care with facilitators from UK,Pakistan ,Spain and Nigeria. The use of  Online platforms for clinical consultations also helped her business to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic as Lifefount Hospital enjoyed patronage across the globe.

She trained 225 entrepreneur in first quarter of 2021 on how to use graphics design to enhance their business growth. 

Her life goal is to  use her experience, expertise and education  to make her contacts better. 

She is married to her darling husband Surgeon Ademola Adeyeye and blessed with two adorable children Adesewa and Adejola-Oluwa.

Her hobbies include spending time with loved ones and visiting inspiring places.

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