Grace Ademidun Oluwatoye is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Lifebuilders, a registered Non – Governmental Organization working with youths importing life and leadership skills. She trained as a Nurse-Midwife under the Catholic Mission in Abeokuta Nigeria and as a Health Planning Administrator at University of Leeds, United Kingdom, She also holds a Master of Arts in Family Health Management Programmes from the University of Exeter, United Kingdom.
She was director of the West African Youth Development Initiative supported by the Ford Foundation in Nigeria and Ghana and supported the birth of the Network of Youth Serving Organizations. She led the youths’ delegates to the United Nations Conference in Cairo which gave youths a voice in the Plan of Action of the 1994 conference.
Grace Oluwatoye is a Christion and on accredited Lay Preacher of the Methodist Church Nigeria, where she is a synod delegate since year 2008. She is a woman of faith who believes nothing is impossible for God when we believe, ask and knock at heaven’s doors with prayers. She is on alumnus of World of Faith Bible Institute (WOFB) and the Haggai Institute of Advance Leadership Training, Hawaii, USA
She is widely travelled and has worked for the Nigerian Government, The United Nations Population Fund, international and local NGOs. Grace Oluwaloye has also done pioneering work of popularizing Moringa Oleifera as on economic and medical plant. She is a National Vice-President of the Moringa Development Association of Nigeria. She co-ordinates the Southwest geo-pollical zone of the Moringa network to alleviate poverty. She is currently pioneering the building of an exclusive youth camp on a large acreage of land to house youth empowerment facilities and social infrastructure to enhance the acquisition of life and leadership skills.
For her service to her community Grace Oluwatoye was conferred with the chieftaincy title of Yeye Meye of lloko Ijesha by HRM Oba Olodele Olashore.