TRACK Project Director
BioTayo Fabusuyi has responsibility for the Transparency, Representation and Accountability by providing Citizens with Knowledge (TRACK) Initiative. He has had a wide variety of experience working on development issues. He took the lead in the design and implementation of the Corporate Balanced Scorecard (BSC) at the African Development Bank where his primary tasks included designing key performance indicators for the scorecard and advising the Bank on the most appropriate method of incorporating the BSC into the broader results-based management (RBM) process. He has also been a consultant to the West African Office of the Ford Foundation and a Fellow at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). In addition to the aforementioned, Fabusuyi has been involved with research in Ghana on examining the determinants of labor market outcomes across gender within the informal sector and was also a team member on a DFID funded research that applied social network analysis techniques to direct selling of cosmetics products among women in South Africa.
Fabusuyi holds dual honors in Computer Science and Economics from the University of Ife, in Nigeria. He completed the M.S. degree program in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University with highest distinction and also received an M.Phil. degree in Economics from the University of Oxford where he was an American Institute of Economics Research Fellow.