Kunbi Ajiboye is a Nigerian Immigrant. She is passionate about empowering and motivating learners to become self-advocates thus bridging gaps in learning due to existing barriers and helping students benefit from social and academic integrations. Her work focuses on human capacity building through leadership development and professional focus on developing, implementing, evaluating theory and evidence-based student success strategies and programs using an equitable and inclusive lens.

Kunbi is passionate about creating inclusive and engaging programs that create a sense of belonging that is sincere, authentic, and communicates an appreciation for all our unique personal experiences. She believes education is a tool for advocacy, empowerment, and growth.

Kunbi holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Seattle University ‘20), Master of Education – Health Education (Texas State University ‘14), Bachelor of Arts – Interdisciplinary Studies (Western Washington University ‘12), and Associate of Arts and Sciences (Bellevue College, ’10)

In her free time Kunbi enjoys gardening, yoga, skiing, exploring the great outdoors with her puppy Arya, superhero movies, music, eating Ben & Jerry’s ice-cream, fitness, and spending time with loved ones.