Oyindamola is a marketing and communications professional with extensive experience in the non-profit and public sector. She has spent years communicating with Canadians about intricate topics such as youth mental health, democracy, economic development and digital technologies. She specializes in creating people-first communication processes that connect with diverse stakeholder groups.
Oyindamola is also a SSCHRC CGS‑M scholar, an award given to exceptional researchers pursuing a master’s degree in the Social Sciences or Humanities. Her research interests are varied, but largely delve into the implications of Canadian politics and cultural policies on the Black population. In addition, she holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Culture with a minor in Professional Writing from York University.