Adeola is a global public policy manager at Facebook, focused on policy development. In this capacity she tracks, analyzes, and develops policy, legislative, and regulatory positions on human rights issues globally. Adeola joined Facebook from the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank Group. There, she focused on comparative legal research, program strategy and management, and legal technical assistance on women’s economic empowerment and investment climate reform. Prior to that, she served as legal advisor to the Chairman of the Nigerian National Human Rights Commission, where she focused on electoral corruption, election monitoring, governance, rule of law, anti-corruption, and inter-ethnic conflict. Before becoming an attorney, Adeola worked on international advocacy for the former Soviet Union at the Open Society Foundations. She has worked in various capacities for the United State Senate Committee on the Judiciary, Vital Voices Global Partnership, Open Society Justice Initiative’s Africa Programme, and Kirkland & Ellis, LLP. She has a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center, and a B.A, from the University of Southern California.