Toyin Ogunfolaju has eighteen years of experience in the infrastructure and government relations industries. She serves as a program/project manager for several infrastructure projects throughout the Northeast region. Within Jacobs she serves as the Jacobs North Region Social-Economic Inclusion Leader. Her role supports the delivery of social-economic value as Jacobs provides their core services, which may manifest itself through workforce development, local supply chain sourcing, and community/stakeholder engagement. Her most recent roles on client projects focus on social economic program development & execution, workforce inclusion & development, community/government relations & outreach, transportation operations, and projects & process management. On the client side, Toyin is serving as the Deputy Program Director at the Philadelphia International Airport overseeing significant elements of their Capital Development outreach, diversity, and communications portfolio with MWDBEs. She is the Performance Management leader on the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Workforce Development Program. She serves as a member of the Jacobs Global Social-Economic Inclusion Community of Practice, the Chair Emeritus for the Jacobs Women’s Network Philadelphia Chapter, 2021 Jacobs Harambee Black Employee Network Bridges Summit Certificate of Recognition Recipient for Contributing to Structural Change in the Broader Society, Member of the Rail~Volution National Steering Committee, Board Member of the Economy League of Greater Philadelphia, and co-chair of the Women’s Transportation Seminar (WTS) Philadelphia Chapter Finance Committee.