Remi Atoyebi has been the Headteacher of Osmani School, a large primary school in Tower Hamlets, London for the last 15years. She served as an Interim Executive Headteacher at Bangabandhu School also in Tower Hamlets. She currently serves as a member of the Department of Education Primary Headteachers Reference Group, a body that advises the Secretary of State for Education and government ministers on education policies. She is a seasoned School Improvement Consultant specialising in Early Years. An accredited mentor and coach who is passionate about developing and nurturing talent. Hence, mentors, coaches and facilitates on a number of national leadership development programmes in particular those which support Black and Minority groups. The programmes include Department for Education, Women Leading in Education, Investing in Diversity, Equal Access to Promotion, BME Headteacher Internship Programme, and Targeted Support Programme for Aspiring Leaders, which are funded or have been funded by the National College for Teaching and Leadership and the National Union of Teachers. A mentor on the Black Leadership Initiative (Professional Development arm of the Network of Black Professionals). An Associate of the University of London, Institute of Education, Faculty of Policy and Society, London Centre for Leadership in Learning. Apart from her contribution to local and national education communities, her activism includes encouraging businesses to include support for education in their Corporate Social Responsibility programmes through Education Business Partnerships and Governance where employees serve on school governing bodies and go into schools weekly to read with children, play maths games, teach modern foreign language and chess. She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) and an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development (CIPD).