Meet the 2020 – 2022 Executive Management Fellow at Washington University School of Medicine.
Brandon Oluyede, MSHA
Brandon Oluyede, MSHA, is the most recent fellow to have joined Washington University School of Medicine. Through the course of the fellowship he has been involved in several projects and rotations that support and shadow the functions of central administration, clinical departments, and hospital partners. Brandon is the first fellow to successfully complete his first year remotely.
Brandon earned his undergraduate degree from Georgia Southern University in business administration, and a master’s of science in health administration. Prior to coming to Washington University, Brandon supported the Pediatric Residency Program at Morehouse School of Medicine where he served as an administrator.
Brandon is an active member of American College of Healthcare Executives and National Association of Health Service Executives. His passion to address health disparities through service is evident in his participation in the Urban League and NAACP.
“The fellowship experience at Washington University School of Medicine is phenomenal. I have learned and grown immensely during my time here. This fellowship is unique in the fact it offers exposure to a plethora of projects and rotations between finance, medicine, research, executive leadership, and more. Washington University is an amazing institution with faculty and staff that encourage professional development with the resources to support that effort.”