Yetunde is a graduate of the University of Wolverhampton with a MSC in Distiction. She also completed Level 4 Apprenticeship qualification in Information System Business analysis with distinction. She has over 20 years experience working with digital technology. She has worked on many high profile digital transformation projects that has supported the processes of public organizations like the NHSE.
Yetunde is an IT consultant with extensive leadership experience in productivity improvements and performance management. In her professional career, she has built a library of models and reusable knowledge-based assets to produce consistent and streamlined business intelligence results. She had evaluated the consistency and importance of different business intelligence data against needs to determine optimal courses of action.
She studied at the University of Wolverhampton, where she passed her master's degree with distinction. She is a certified trainer in lifelong adult training.
She is an award-winning community champion and the founder of Knowledge Pool, a digital training organisation that supports the members of the community. Some of her community projects had provided digital devices, digital guide book, internet access, and training that had re-shaped the digital trends in her community. Supporting people with no/low digital skills to become independent users of digital devices during the COVID-19 pandemic bagged her a nomination for the Doncaster Chamber of Commerce's business hero award in July 2020.
She is a mentor, career coach, a STEM ambassador, a promoter of apprenticeship. Successful at developing and improving training programs for employees at all levels.
She is a minister at the Redeemed Christian Church of God Kingdom Life Convocation in Doncaster, where she performs activities that brings the church closer to the people.