With over 15 years of project management practice, Taiwo Abraham is poised to leverage this background to support women’s health research and policy advocacy at the Society for Women’s Health Research (SWHR). An accomplished researcher and passionate advocate for social responsibility, he is eager to contribute to the organization’s mission and support the successful delivery of projects and programs. Taiwo’s ability to manage complex initiatives, combined with his commitment to impact projects, positions him as an asset in promoting and advancing women’s health research and policies.
As a PhD candidate in Business Administration, a 2023 University of Texas System Archer Fellow in Washington, DC, and a global leader in the project management profession, SWHR engages Taiwo as a Science Policy Fellow. Incorporating his research experience, skills, and growing passion for women’s health, Taiwo collaborates closely with the Chief Science Officer on policy research, actively engaging with policy stakeholders on the Hill, and leading policy advocacy, among other responsibilities. With a keen eye for data, Taiwo excels in data gathering, analysis, interpretation, and reporting, providing critical insights for ongoing policy projects.