Temilola Afolabi

Temilola Afolabi is a research associate at the Center for Open Data Enterprise (CODE). In this role, Temi is responsible for leading research efforts on how open data can be applied for various social good efforts, writing reports with actionable recommendations for the federal government, and supporting Roundtable logistics and stakeholder engagement. She also co-leads CODE's Open Data for Racial Equity program, where she works to identify ways to advance racial equity in fair housing, criminal justice, environmental justice, healthcare, and the workforce using open data.

Using Data to Advance Racial Equity in Healthcare

Existing health disparities in the U.S. are heavily influenced by the conditions in which people are born, grow, live, work, and age, known as the social determinants of health (SDOH). Health outcomes can also be influenced by differential applications of emerging technology and differential effects of climate change.

Research Associate
Center for Open Data Enterprise (CODE)

Temilola Afolabi is a research associate at the Center for Open Data Enterprise (CODE). In this role, Temi is responsible for leading research efforts on how open data can be applied for various social good efforts, writing reports with actionable recommendations for the federal government, and supporting Roundtable logistics and stakeholder engagement. She also co-leads CODE's Open Data for Racial Equity program, where she works to identify ways to advance racial equity in fair housing, criminal justice, environmental justice, healthcare, and the workforce using open data. Temi received her Bachelor’s degree at the University of Maryland College Park, where she studied International Government and Politics, with a Minor certificate in International Development and Conflict Management.

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