Omatola serves a program manager for a chronic disease prevention program that frequently assists minorities or underserved communities. She provides services to the Southeast region through online and in-person formats.
Omatola has worked with governing bodies of an organization, individuals in a formal leadership role, individuals who oversee operations of teams, and staff/key personnel or volunteers within an organization. She has served and partnered with Black/African American individuals.
For the past 16 years, Omatola has held multiple roles of increasing responsibility and public health leadership. Her tenure, combined with a Doctor of Public Health candidacy (DrPHc), a Graduate Certification of Business Management, a Master of Public Health (MPH), solid public health leadership, and innovative foresight, helps establish her as a DEI champion. Omatola has experience in increasing health equity through establishing strategic planning goals, health communication, community outreach, budgeting, grant writing, data evaluation, coalition building, and implementing public health programs focused on improving health outcomes by addressing social determinants of health.