Oluwatoyin Adegbite-Moore (Toyin) is the Executive Director, West Africa for the African Venture Philanthropy Alliance (AVPA). Prior to joining AVPA, Toyin founded and managed Sheafam & Tam Limited, an International consultancy firm specializing in organizational development including business process management, strategic and change management for both non and for-profit organisations in the US and Nigeria.
Toyin has provided project oversight on department audits at the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and the Petroleum Industry Regulatory Bill through the Facility for Oil Sector Transformation (FOSTER). Her work in strategy development and organizational transformation has led her to work with the Niger Delta Power Holding Company among others. Toyin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Calvin University, where she dual majored in Political Science and French. She also holds several training certificates in management, facilitation and team-building from the Corporation for National Service; fund development from Indiana University and affordable housing from the US Federal Reserve Bank. She is a Salzburg Fellow and was recently selected in the inaugural list of the Top 100 Women CEOs in Africa by Reset Global People in partnership with Pulse and Avance Media. The ranking acknowledges the achievements of Women CEOs across 24 African countries.