Temie Giwa Tubosun is the Founder and CEO of LifeBank, a company using technology, big data, and smart logistics to solve blood shortage in Nigeria.

She has over 10 years of work experience in global health, and has worked as a Global Health Fellow at the United Nations Development Project Millennium Village in Ruhiira, Uganda, and for the World Health Organization and DFID in Switzerland and Nigeria respectively, as well as in the Ministry of Works in the Lagos State Government as the Operations Manager.

She has a Masters in International Management from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.

She is passionate about building health systems that work, as well as maternal and child health. In 2014, the BBC listed her as one of the 100 Women changing the world.