Seye Oyeleye is an Administrator and a Strategic Management expert who has worked in a myriad of middle level and senior management positions both in the public and private sector in Europe and Nigeria for over twenty-five (25) years. He has served in various capacities in the United Kingdom Civil Service and Local Government ranging from the Ministry of Agriculture to the Department of Work and Pensions and both the London Boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham Waltham Forest and Hackney.
He attended Obafemi Awolowo University Ile-Ife Nigeria for his first degree, obtained a Masters Degree in European International Relations and Strategic Studies with merit from the University of North London, a Post Graduate Diploma in Human Capital Management from London Metropolitan University and his Law degree with honours from the University of East London. He has also attended various courses in Human Capital Management and Human Capital IT both in UK and Nigeria and he is a member of the Institute of Learning Practitioners based in UK.
Before joining DAWN Commission as the Coordinating Head, Homeland Affairs and Strategy, Seye served as Group Head of Strategy, Human Resources and Administration for the TY Danjuma Foundation, the largest Indigenous grant making organization in Africa, prior to that he was General Manager Administration and Human Resource Omatek Computers. He was appointed as the substantive Director General of DAWN Commission by the Western Nigeria Governors Forum (WNGF) at the March 2018 edition of the quarterly forum.