Environmental Professionals Radio (EPR)

Leadership, Leveraging Your Past, and Slasher Films with Toyin Ogunfolaju

December 01, 2023 Toyin Ogunfolaju Episode 146
Environmental Professionals Radio (EPR)
Leadership, Leveraging Your Past, and Slasher Films with Toyin Ogunfolaju
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Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! 

On today’s episode, we talk with Toyin Ogunfolaju, Director Social Value & Equity Americas at Jacobs about Leadership, Leveraging Your Past, and Slasher Films.   Read her full bio below.

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Showtimes:
3:53  Nic & Laura discuss being self-made
13:44  Interview with Toyin Ogunfolaju starts
18:03  Leveraging your past
37:13  Leadership
49:04  Slasher Films

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Guest Bio:
Toyin Ogunfolaju has 20 years’ experience in the infrastructure and government relations industries. She leverages public/private partnership models as the foundation to identify opportunities and practices that promote regenerative social systems. She is the Director, Social Value & Equity Americas at Jacobs. Her role supports the delivery of social-economic & equitable solutions as Jacobs delivers its core services, which may manifest itself through prioritizing equity in capital planning/execution, workforce development, local supply chain sourcing, and community/stakeholder engagement. She has expertise in executive leadership, community engagement, and operations management. She is called upon to analyze critical requirements, identify areas of opportunity, generate solutions, and implement programs. She serves as a member of the Jacobs Global Social Value & Equity Advisory Community of Practice and as a Board Member of the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, as well as chairing the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials Philadelphia Chapter Networking Committee. Recent industry recognition includes the 2021 Jacobs Harambee Black Employee Network Bridges Summit Certificate of Recognition for Contributing to Structural Change in the Broader Society, and the “Corporate Responsibility” Award for the 2023 Women of Color Magazine. 


Music Credits
Intro: Givin Me Eyes by Grace Mesa
Outro: Never Ending Soul Groove by Mattijs Muller

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Nic & Laura discuss being self-made
Interview with Toyin Ogunfolaju starts
Leveraging your past
Leadership
Slasher Films