Moyin is passionate about and committed to the improvement of the quality of life of the African people, which she sees as a by-product of the development of the continent. She believes that efforts and strides to aid the development of the continent have been limited by organisations and individuals working in silos and not taking into account the dynamism and context of the different countries and people on the continent. She hopes the Summit will bring together speakers across different organisations and fields to have productive discussions on how they can support and complement each other to aid Africa’s development. She holds an undergraduate degree in Law (LLB) from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London. Prior to her postgraduate at the LSE, she worked as a corporate and commercial Lawyer for an International Law Firm in Nigeria. She was also the co-founder and programme manager of a non-profit organisation that educates underprivileged girls in Nigeria. Most recently, she worked in the Gender and Civil Society at the African Development Bank in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.