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About Toyin Sam-Emehelu

The most deeply etched lessons in life are the ones self-taught or discovered through experience.

This assertion is an apt description of the amazing learning journey that Toyin Sam-Emehelu life is.

She has arguably carved a niche for herself as the connoisseur to see for anything in the realm of educational leadership.

Her infectious, high-octane and energy-packed sessions and presentations have left educators charged for personal leadership and excellence around the globe.

Toyin’s obvious passion and ease with which she spreads the gospel of leadership as panacea for lapses in learning is drawn from more than two decades of experience in the education space.

She lives what she preaches. A driven organizer and go-getter, she is more likely to see action points and timelines in a learning experience than anything else.


In her book, Personal Leadership for Educators, she tells of a life driven by a personal desire to be better and constantly evolving positively.

Her foray into the field of leadership is one that has been duly learnt, self-taught, experienced and constantly reviewed.

Toyin’s signature Mentorship series has spawned several voices in the education space. Mentees who have gone on to wield influence of their own as teacher-trainers; all while being constantly mentored herself.

Toyin’s Leadership and learning journey is a refreshingly real experience that she shares at the many symposiums, workshops and conferences she has spoken.

 A vibrant speaker and energetic trainer, she runs leadership training programs both online and offline.

She is also an erudite scholar with a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology and several certifications from degree awarding bodies in and out of the country.

She is the Lead Consultant at Coreskills Developmental Services and the convener of the Facebook group Educational Leadership Academy where she shares insights about education and leadership.

She is married to Sam Emehelu and their union is blessed with two astonishing young leaders.


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