Class of 2025
Aramide Apo-Oyin is a dedicated professional with a strong academic background and a passion for making a positive impact. Born and mostly raised in Chicago, IL, Aramide has spent part of her formative years living in London and Nigeria, which has profoundly impacted her unique perspective on the world. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Kalamazoo College, where she served as a Women of Color Alliance (WOCA) Election Board Member and held the position of Vice President in the Multicultural Association of Pre-Health Students (MAPS). Aramide’s passion lies at the intersection of policy, health, and global development. For over a year, Aramide worked with the Aurora Advocate Health Transition Support Program, a discharge planning initiative for patients from under-resourced communities to bridge the gap when it comes to access to equitable healthcare.
Aramide is a 2023 Payne Fellow and looks forward to joining USAID as a foreign service officer upon her graduation from the GHD program. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, binging seasons of Survivor, and being a plant mom.