Tosin Adedayo is a senior consultant at Interel who works across a variety of sectors, including consumer, transport, education, charity, and health. Since joining Interel, she has worked on the high-profile campaign against fixed-odds betting terminals, and as part of that campaign has engaged with national, regional, and local governments, as well as third-party stakeholders. She also provides support to trade associations, managing the delivery of their communications and public affairs strategies.
Prior to Interel, Tosin worked at Edelman, providing public affairs and communications support for clients that included Gatwick Airport, Balfour Beatty, Intu properties, and Unilever. One of her major achievements during her time at Edelman was working on the Scotch Whisky Association’s successful 2015 campaign that called on the Chancellor to cut the excise duty on spirits by two percent.
Campaigning for greater diversity in politics, Tosin provides mentoring to young women of colour, regularly speaking at career events. With seven other women across the political spectrum, she co-hosts a political podcast, which received recognition on Radio 4’s Westminster Hour.
Tosin holds a degree in politics and government from Birkbeck, University of London. She is fluent in English and Yoruba and spends her weekends watching old classic movies and cooking her favorite Nigerian dishes.