Adedoyin Olateru-Olagbegi is an Associate Product Manager at Schmidt Futures. Her interests include climate change, public health, and technology policy.
Prior to Schmidt Futures, Adedoyin served as a director of a free summer camp and support program for children affected by a parent’s cancer, advisor to MIT’s President, EMT on the MIT Ambulance, and secretary of MIT’s Black Students’ Union. She has also held roles at the National Institutes of Health, General Electric, Google, Bain and Company, and a digital health startup.
As a graduate student, Adedoyin researched the role of digital technology in China’s COVID-19 pandemic response. As an undergraduate student, Adedoyin researched socioeconomic determinants of health and intergenerational mobility in Mexico. She also traveled to study the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa, co-design with coffee farmers in Colombia, and race in Brazil.
Adedoyin currently serves on MIT’s Board of Trustees. She graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in computer science, data science, and economics. She also graduated from Tsinghua University as a Schwarzman Scholar with a master’s degree in global affairs.