Adewale is an innovative entrepreneur, with dynamic leadership and managerial ability. His foresight to promote data driven decisions through research birthed STREAM Insight Nigeria Limited, after being a resource person to the United Nations on adolescent health project for many years in ten countries and an independent consultant to many reputable agencies on research and data management, at state and federal levels .
As a Research Consultant, his experience cuts across market, social and political research. Wale worked with the Social and Political unit of TNS RMS Nigeria (an affiliate of TNS Global, Westgate London; one of the largest consumer research agencies in the world), and has exceptional quantitative skills in customer satisfaction surveys, opinion polling, brand tracker, U & A surveys, product tests, Consumer segmentation, Brand Health studies etc. He also had a stint of experience with GfK in Vienna Austria; to make exposure with 2 of the 4 largest research companies in the world.
Currently, he manages multi-million naira research and data related projects at STREAM Insight, for reputable local and foreign clients. He is the West-African representative of Canback & Company LLC, Boston, United States and a member of Marketing Research Association (MRA) Washington DC, the leading and largest association of the opinion and marketing research professionals in America. He is also a member of the Social Research Association (SRA), UK.
Besides a Masters Degree, Wale has concluded the Basic Course for Human Subject Research organized by the Collaborative Institutional Training Institute for the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (Baltimore, USA). He also holds a Certificate of Program Completion in Principles of Marketing Research from the University of Georgia, USA to mention but a few.
For his wealth of experience in research, in 2014 he was interviewed by the prestigious New York Times.
Tosin was trained as a medical doctor from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Osun state Nigeria. He completed his Housemanship at the University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria, and proceeded to Harvard School of Public Health in the United States of America for an MPH in Health Policy and Management.
He was the African Regional Assistant on Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS for the International Federation of Medical Students Associations and the Co-Editor the African Youth Best Practices Handbook.
He has received awards for his work on various notable public health initiatives.
Tosin’s Public health works and experience have highly targeted building health systems that work for Africa through sound evidence-based public health research.
Recently, his article on reformng health insurance in Nigeria was featured in an anthology published by the Global Forum for Health Research/The Lancet.
Dr Folaranmi provides strategic leadership and direction for STREAM Insight. He is a physician by training and practiced medicine in Nigeria. Over the years, Temitope has developed expertise in public healthcare systems, adolescent health and development and quality improvement in healthcare delivery for resource poor settings. He is currently a consultant with public health unit of Consultancy African Intelligence (Pretoria, South Africa) where he examines key issues across the broad spectrum of public health systems in Africa; these include the surveillance and determinant of health threats, promotion and treatment practices, policy and economics, and research and innovation.
He interned at Harvard University Health Services (Cambridge, MA, USA) where he worked on various healthcare quality improvement projects using Lean and Six Sigma strategies. He was also a Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Health, Obafemi Awolowo University where he evaluated the Data Management Process of World Bank assisted Health Systems Development Project II in various Nigerian States as part of a team. Temitope has been involved in various policy fora that address young people’s health. Among others, he was technical resource person for the National Consultative Forum on Advancing Young People’s Health and Development in Nigeria in 2010. He also co-reviewed the national training manual and clinical protocol for adolescent health workers on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Health.
He is the author of several research articles and conference presentations. This has earned him several academic and conference scholarships. Among others, his outstanding research in public health was recognized at the 2008 International Conference on Global Health in where he was a recipient of the New Investigator Award. He is an alumnus of the Sauvé Scholars Fellowship at McGill University Montreal Canada – a prestigious program on leadership and professional development for selected young world leaders. Temitope is a member of various professional societies including the Nigeria Medical Association, International Health Economics Association and the American Public Health Association.
He obtained his Medical degree from Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria and holds a Master of Public Health degree (Health Policy and Management) from Harvard University. Currently, He is completing his Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree at University of Oxford.