Moréniké Ọláòșebìkan is a pharmacist, artist, facilitator and retail pharmacy owner. She is also a community organizer and social innovator at the Ribbon Rouge Foundation. She graduated in 2009, from the Faculty of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Alberta with First Class Honors.
Her particular areas of interest include the use of arts for positive social change and critical public health and the role of pharmacists in supporting health promotion or disease prevention and management activities.
She is a noted community leader with multiple awards annually and currently invests her time in multiple projects spanning work provincially to address Sexually, Transmitted and Blood Borne Infections to arts-based community organizing work directed at impacting systemic change for health equity.