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Olubanke Agunloye

Affiliations and Roles

Graduate Mentor, MHA Student, Health Administration

Graduate Mentor

Affirming Pronouns: She/Her/Hers 

Industry InterestsI am a first year Master’s in Health Administration Student in the Sloan Program in Health Administration. My interests lie in the realm of population health management, specifically within the construction of programs to maintain the health and well being of a hospital community's most vulnerable, high cost patients. I am also exploring the ways in which technologies can be leveraged to both provide patients with access to healthcare services while innovating the way care is delivered through patient data management. During my time as an undergraduate student here at Cornell I was a Biology and Society Major with a minor in Policy Analysis and Management. I am a P3 alum and have participated in various forms of research in both the realm of public health and medicine. The summer of my sophomore year I participated in the WISER program where I served as a student research assistant to a principal investigator at Weill Cornell’s Center for Reproductive Medicine. The following year I studied abroad in Khon, Kaen Thailand where I conducted community health research amongst a senior female population with a chronic illness. Prior to Sloan, I worked with an amazing team as a care coordinator at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center where I served patient’s at the Center for Urologic Cancers. I am currently a teaching assistant for Fundamentals of Population Health (PAM 3280) and would be happy to answer any questions you may have about the different avenues one can pursue in the field of healthcare administration. 

About Me: I was born and raised in Long Island, NY, but my family is from Nigeria. I love to dance, paint and make pies. I am open to discuss any topics ranging from self love practices, trends in healthcare, navigating Cornell as an underrepresented minority, professional development and everything in between. Happy to be an advocate and resource throughout your journey here at Cornell.