About us


Oluwatosin Olateju, DrPH, MSN-CPHN, BSN, RN. Founder

Dr. Oluwatosin Olateju is the Founder of FCFA and a grass-roots community health leader with 10+ years of experience in clinical nursing, teaching, and public health administration. She is seasoned in pioneering and managing various evidence-based community/public health programs that focus on infectious disease prevention & control, sexual and reproductive health, nutrition, and food security for diverse populations.

Dr. Olateju attained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Community & Public Health Nursing from the University of Maryland, Baltimore. She also holds a Doctor of Public Health degree from Morgan State University, School of Community Health and Policy. Dr. Olateju currently works as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Nursing at the University of Maryland Global Campus.

She is a recipient of the national Paul Ambrose Scholarship Award (2015). In 2017, Dr. Olateju was recognized by the University of Maryland as “an accomplished alumnus in public health”. Between 2018-2019, she joined a team of public health leaders to advocate for a Maryland law that now allows minors to give consent for HIV prevention treatments. Most recently in 2020, Dr. Olateju was named by Baltimore Magazine as one of the “Top Nurses 2020” for Excellence in Nursing in two categories: Community Care/Ambulatory Care & Management/Nurse Executives.