Stephanie Adeyemi

Mentoring Program and Branding Manager


Stephanie currently works as a junior doctor and was recently shortlisted for the 2020 National Audit Hero Awards for volunteer of the year. She is a recent graduate from University College London with a Medicine MBBS degree. Due to a lifelong passion for travel and learning about different cultures Stephanie was inspired to complete an intercalated BSc in Medical Anthropology. Throughout her time at medical school, Stephanie served in numerous capacities which included mentoring and supporting aspiring students aiming to enter higher education and medical school. She is excited to join One 2 One Mentoring as Marketing and Branding Manager.


I am an Educator and Mentor in my Local Trust and Royal College of Paediatrics (RCPCH). I am involved in medical Volunteer Champion roles which include the RCPCH Medical Training Initiative and research. I am an Associate Lecturer for the University of Ibadan in their MSc Child Mental Health program and the Quality and Training Advisor for Paediatric Mental Health, RCPCH. I have been invited to participate in medical expert and advisory boards in several local and national committees.


I am the author of several articles published in key medical journals.

Why mentoring?

Mentoring can uncover individual potential by identifying obstacles to success and in doing so facilitate excellent and consistent performance in the workplace.

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