I was drawn to the Global Health Corps because of the idea of collective leadership. I wanted to be part of a network of people who are all individually passionate about health equity, but come together to multiply our impact.
Temi Omilabu grew up in London, UK and Lagos, Nigeria, but is most recently from Houston, Texas. She is a recent graduate of Case Western Reserve University, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in political science and her Master of Arts in bioethics. During her time in college, Temi was as a volunteer tutor for low-income elementary students where she found her passion for service. Temi served as the university program board's president and was the captain of the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s track and field team. Before joining GHC, she interned in the White House’s Office of Presidential Correspondence under the Obama administration and at PricewaterhouseCoopers. In her free time, Temi enjoys working out, writing, and discovering new shows on Netflix.