SURGEON, AUTHOR, AND INSPIRING SPEAKER, DR. SEUN ADETAYO CLOSES OUT HER DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION MINI-SERIES EXPLORING HOW INCLUSION CONTRIBUTES TO SUCCESS IN DEI IMPLEMENTATION.

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker brings her diversity, equity, and inclusion mini-series to a close by reinforcing her hypothesis that for a successful implementation, programs must incorporate a holistic approach that integrates inclusive practices.

OMAHA, NE – May 13, 2022 – In the final installment of her diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) mini-series, Dr. Seun Adetayo addresses the importance of inclusion in every DEI program. Inclusive business practices can be exhibited in many different ways. Promoting an organizational culture that respects and celebrates the variety in their workforce will contribute to individuals feeling valued and welcomed. Without inclusion, “diversity hires” are left out and their contributions may never be realized. Dr. Adetayo reinforces the importance of a holistic approach that promotes diversity in balance with meritocracy, incorporates equitable access to resources and opportunities, and instills inclusive business practices that highlights the value each person.

The entire article can be read here.

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.

Surgeon, Author, and Inspiring Speaker, Dr. Seun Adetayo Continues the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Mini-series With a New Installment Focused on the Difference Between Equity and Equality

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker gets into the concepts of equity and equality, how they differ, and why the role equity plays in providing more fair and just opportunities.

OMAHA, NE – May 13, 2022 – In the third part of her diversity, equity, and inclusion mini-series, Dr. Seun Adetayo digs deep into the question, “What is the difference between equity and equality?” Dr. Adetayo reviews multiple examples of these concepts, including the familiar image of three people of different heights looking over a fence to watch a sports game. How do equity and equality applied principles produce different results? Read more from Dr. Adetayo as she explores why equity should not be confused with equality and the importance of considering individual circumstances and needs.

The entire article can be read here.

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.

Surgeon, Author, And Inspiring Speaker, Dr. Seun Adetayo Releases The Second Installment In Her Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion Series, Focused On Diversity And Its Impact.

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker delivers the second installment in a mini-series about diversity, equity, and inclusion, focused on diversity specifically.

OMAHA, NE – May 12, 2022 – In the second part of her diversity, equity, and inclusion mini-series, Dr. Seun Adetayo explores the positive impacts that results from a more diverse workforce and society. She shares her own experiences and opinion on the balance required for successful implementation of diversity programs, which introduces the hypothesis of this series; diversity, equity, and inclusion are a holistic program that rely on each other for optimized synergy that is most beneficial and just impact for all. Join Dr. Adetayo to explore the positive impacts of well executed diversity programs and the unintended consequences of disingenuous diversity.

The entire article can be read here.

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.

Surgeon, Author, And Inspiring Speaker, Dr. Seun Adetayo Kicks Off A New Series Exploring Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion.

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker introduces her new multi-part series, An Exploration of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, which explores each of these concepts and their impact on our daily lives and the workplace.

OMAHA, NE – May 10, 2022 – As our communities become more diverse, there is a desire to match that diversity in the workplace. The benefits may be obvious, while the unintended consequences are less considered. Dr. Seun Adetayo takes an un-biased approach to evaluating diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and how they are each incorporated in our lives and in the workplace. The introduction to this series reflects on some of the earliest policies put in place to promote diversity and protect against discrimination. The stage is set for each installment of the series where Dr. Adaetayo delves into each principle and what to consider when implementing DEI programs. Join Dr. Adetayo in this exploration and join the conversation to share your thoughts on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

The entire article can be read here.

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.

Surgeon, Author, And Inspiring Speaker, Dr. Seun Adetayo Celebrates Mathematics And Statistics Awareness Month By Bringing Awareness To The Contributions Of Ada Lovelace To The Computer Revolution

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker uses her platform to elevate the story of Augusta Ada King – Countess of Lovelace and Enchantress of Numbers.

OMAHA, NE – April 20, 2022 – President Ronald Regan made a proclamation in 1986 recognizing for the first time National Mathematics Awareness Week. By 1999, the week had expanded into an entire month of awareness, aimed at “encouraging the study and utilization of mathematics.” It was not until 2017 when the focus of awareness grew “to celebrate mathematics and statistics and the diverse researchers and students in these fields.” This April, Dr. Seun Adetayo celebrates the achievements of Ada Lovelace and the foundation set by her contributions to the success of future computer revolutionaries like Steve Jobs and Bill Gates.

The possibilities that arose from Ada’s unique perspective have been described by many as “visionary.” She saw beyond the simple function, albeit complex during her lifetime, of sequential calculations and seized the opportunity to explore more intricate processes.

The entire article can be read here.

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.

Surgeon, Author, And Inspiring Speaker, Dr. Seun Adetayo Celbrates Black History Month By Honoring The First African American Surgeons, Dr. Dorothy Lavinia Brown And Dr. Daniel Hale Williams

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker uses her platform to raise awareness of medical pioneers who created opportunities for a more diverse and equitable medical field.

OMAHA, NE – February 25, 2022 – During the month of February, we are reminded of the great accomplishments and contributions of Black Americans in our history. This year, Dr. Seun Adetayo honors the first African American female surgeon, Dr. Dorothy Lavinia Brown and the African American surgeon to perform the first open-heart surgery, Dr. Daniel Hale Williams. She shares their stories of determination and hard work as a great example to remind us of what is possible. Learn more about each of these incredible surgeons in Part 1 and Part 2 of Dr. Adetayo’s three-part Black History Month series. Dr. Adetayo will conclude this series with a final post to highlight the contributions of three doctors who have made a difference in the field.

Part one of this mini-series can be read HERE.

Part two of this mini-series can be read HERE.

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.

Surgeon, Author, and Inspiring Speaker, Dr. Seun Adetayo Explores How to Use Data Responsibly for Meaningful Decision Making in a Two-part Mini-series

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker reflects on the impacts that data has had on our lives, both personally and professionally, while sharing her best practices for embracing the power of data responsibly.

OMAHA, NE – February 4, 2022 – Dr. Seun Adetayo understands why data is so impactful for decision-making in our current world. Straying from the typical pre-Medical undergraduate degree path, Dr. Adetayo earned a degree in Computer Science. In this first installment of a two-part mini-series, Dr. Adetayo reflects on her own experiences managing data and why data has become such an integral part of our lives. Introducing key considerations around data quality and context, Dr. Adetayo establishes a framework for assessing and processing data. “Data alone can only take us so far.” Join Dr. Adetayo in an exploration of data management and how to develop sound practices for responsible data driven decision making.

Part one of this mini-series can be read HERE.

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.

Surgeon, Author, And Inspiring Speaker, Dr. Seun Adetayo Releases The Final Installment Of Her Leadership Series, Inviting Readers To Develop And Refine Personal Mission Statements

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker wraps up her leadership series by exploring the value of a personal mission statement and shares easy steps to crafting one.

OMAHA, NE – December 30, 2021 – Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker, brings her seven-part leadership series to a close with her most recent article, Defining your Personal and Professional Mission and vision: Practical Steps for Advancing Your Life Direction. Dr. Adetayo has taken us on a journey through her seven-part leadership series. She has explored a range of topics from the lack of sponsorship for women in the workplace, fostering emotional intelligence, building great teams as a leader and more. This final installment in the series explores the value in developing a strong mission statement, both personally and professionally. As another year ends and we find ourselves in reflection, there is no better time than now to define your mission and vision. Join Dr. Adetayo and her community in defining your personal mission statement and sharing it with us on social media using the hashtag #MyMissionMyVision.

The entire article can be read HERE.

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.

Surgeon, Author, And Inspiring Speaker, Dr. Seun Adetayo Releases The 6th Installment Of Her Leadership Series, Focusing On The Key Principles Of Establishing And Maintaining High-performing Teams

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker reflects on the principles that have led to the founding of stellar teams in the 6th part of her leadership series.

OMAHA, NE – December 20, 2021 – Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker, has posted a new article on her website entitled, Great Teams Do Not Happen by Accident: How to Intentionally Build a Stellar Team. Reflecting on the extraordinary feat of Ernest Shackleton and the deliberate choices he made in selecting the crew that would accompany him on his exploration, Dr. Adetayo sets the stage to explore the critical activities that a leader should consider when selecting the members of their team. Continue with us on this journey through Dr. Adetayo’s seven-part leadership series and learn more about what it takes to find the right people, assign them to the optimal roles, and retain high-performers by identifying and removing under-performing team members who have been unresponsive to coaching.

The entire article can be read HERE.

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.

Surgeon, Author, And Inspiring Speaker, Dr. Seun Adetayo, Encourages Leaders To Seek Mastery Through Self-improvement In The 5th Installment Of Her 7-part Leadership Series

Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker, explores how passion, intention, and persistence pave the path to mastery.

OMAHA, NE – November 30, 2021 – Dr. Seun Adetayo, renowned plastic surgeon, author, and inspiring speaker, has posted a new article on her website entitled, Mastery: The Relentless Pursuit of Self-Improvement. Mastery is forged through passion intense and unwavering. It is reinforced through intentional and deliberate practice, and when up against challenges, it is persistence that motivates you to keep showing up. We invite you to learn more by reading the latest article of her seven-part leadership series.

The entire article can be read at: LINK HERE

About Dr. Adetayo

Dr. Seun Adetayo currently practices as a board-certified Plastic Surgeon in Omaha, Nebraska. She is a Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgery, a Professor of Surgery, and Chief of Pediatric Plastic Surgery. Dr. Adetayo is unique in her field. As a gifted surgeon operating in a competitive field, Dr. Adetayo is also the first foreign-born (Nigerian) female minority surgeon to have built a successful nationally accredited multidisciplinary program for children with birth defects in Northeastern New York. She continued on this trajectory of helping patients and families and now heads the Division of Pediatric Plastic Surgery where she serves as the Chief at the Children’s Hospital. Her journey has been dedicated to caring for patients and their families, advocating for legislation both locally and nationally and mentoring students, residents, and faculty. Her leadership in research, education, and community engagement contributes to the legacy that she is continuing to cultivate every day. She shares her journey and strategies for success via her print material, meeting panels, blogs, and speaking engagements.

Dr Adetayo has authored several book chapters in leading texts, including the second edition of Comprehensive Cleft Care which is an authoritative text volume on cleft and craniofacial disorders and treatment. She also authored a chapter in the Family Companion Guide for educating patients and families with cleft and craniofacial diagnoses; as well as a chapter on treatment of zygoma fractures in the text Operative Techniques in Plastic Surgery.

She has received over 40 awards and recognition, and she has contributed to over 50 published works and over 60 presentations at regional, national, and international meetings. She is published in peer-reviewed publications like journals including Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Cleft Palate Craniofacial Journal, Annals of Plastic Surgery, Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, and Journal of Neurosurgery and Pediatrics.

Dr Adetayo plays an important role in mentoring and teaching in surgery, healthcare, and professional circles. She was an invited surgeon and surgical educator during her last mission trip to Zimbabwe, where she served as the lead surgeon and guest lecturer for various hands-on plastic surgical reconstructions and teaching sessions. She is active in Women In Leadership lectures and advocacy. She was a speaker for the Synthes collaboration with Johnson & Johnson Company on Improving Cultural Competence and Ethnic Diversity in Healthcare, and was one of four selected panelist speakers on Pioneering Women in Reconstructive Surgery International Program by L’Oreal in conjunction with Resurge International. She was an invited speaker at Healthcare Finance Management Association’s (HFMA) annual Women In Leadership Conference in 2019 in upstate New York. In 2020, she served as the Keynote Speaker for the Stryker Women’s Network National Conference: National Women in Surgery and Leadership event in California.

Dr. Adetayo has served in various community leadership positions including Chairperson of the Long Beach Rescue Mission, Co-President of the Phi Delta Epsilon Premedical Society, Co-President of the Pritzker REMEDY Cuba Medical Aid Mission, Coordinator of the Chicago Local Chapter of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Prevention (ASAP) program for inner city Chicago school kids. She currently serves as Managing Editor and Co-Chair of the Learning Resource Committee of the American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association (ACPA).

She has been involved in various medical education and surgical trips to several countries including Cuba, Haiti, Nigeria, Peru, and Zimbabwe, where she was relied on as an educator and surgeon. She was awarded a Diploma of Honor conferred by the President of the Congress of the Republic of Peru during her time there. She collaborates on meaningful initiatives with various international organizations including Rotary International and The Smile Train on improving surgical outcomes, healthcare delivery, patient safety, and quality control standards in surgical reconstruction. She continues to be active in advocacy and philanthropic efforts in healing children and advancing communities.