MEET THE CEO, HPWI: Dr Nathaniel Oyinloye.

Dr (Reverend) Nathaniel Oyinloye is a Human Right Advocate/Practitioner, Author and one of the highly respected Diaspora Community Leader, who has made great impacts in the private, public and voluntary sectors.

Nathaniel holds Business Administration(BA), Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Health Services Management, International Refugee Law, and also a PhD Philosophy in Counselling.

He is a Community and Church Development Consultant whose expertise is widely sought after by organisations and government. He is a member of many credible members including:

  • Nigeria Education & Employment Development (NEED)
  •  African & Caribbean Prostate Cancer Association (ACPCA)
  • Black & Ethnic Minority Arts Network (BEMA)
  • Board of Trustee of Hackney Refugee Forum (HRF)
  • Board of Trustee of Black Ethnic Minority Working Group (BEMWG )
Rev. (Dr) Nathaniel Oyinloye is a Minister of Restoration and Reconstruction. He is the founder of Hospital and Prison Ministries (HPAM) which for over a decade provides a safety humanitarian support for ex-convict, homeless and vulnerable through Hospital & Prison Action Network (HPAN). Dr Nathaniel is also a member of Jesus Ambassador International Foundation ( JAIF ); Chairman of Christian Ministers’ Welfare Initiatives ( CMWI ) for London / Europe; Church and National Association of Licenced Paralegal ( NALP ).
 
Dr. Nathaniel has been recognised for his selfless service to the community at many times such as:
– Winner of Life Changers’ Humanitarian Achievement Award, (2010) and
– Nigerian UK Based Achievers’ Award – Excellence for Selflessness in Service Life Achievement, (2011)
 
He is also executive member of many Association & Corporate bodies in the UK including;
 
– Joint Council for Welfare Immigrant
-Central Association of Nigeria in UK (CANUK)
-National Association of Nigerian Communities (      
-Association of Management Specialist   
-Ambassador  AgeUK                                                                                   
-Commercial Management and more.

Dr (Reverend) Nathaniel Oyinloye is a Human Right Advocate/Practitioner, Author and one of the highly respected Diaspora Community Leader, who has made great impacts in the private, public and voluntary sectors.

Nathaniel holds Business Administration(BA), Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Health Services Management, International Refugee Law, and also a PhD Philosophy in Counselling.

He is a Community and Church Development Consultant whose expertise is widely sought after by organisations and government. He is a member of many credible members including:

– Nigeria Education & Employment Development (NEED)
– African & Caribbean Prostate Cancer Association (ACPCA)
– Black & Ethnic Minority Arts Network (BEMA)
– Board of Trustee of Hackney Refugee Forum (HRF)
– Board of Trustee of Black Ethnic Minority Working Group (BEMWG )

Nathaniel holds Business Administration(BA), Masters of Business Administration (MBA), Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) Health Services Management, Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) International Refugee Law, and PhD Philosophy in Counselling.
 
He is a Community and Church Development Consultant, an Ambassador for World Peace – UPF/UN,
 
The founder of Hospital and Prison Ministries ( HPAM ) / Hospital & Prison Action Network ( HPAN );
Jesus Ambassador International Foundation ( JAIF );
Chairman of Christian Ministers’ Welfare Initiatives ( CMWI ) for London / Europe;
 
Church and Community Development Consultant.
 
A Research Student.
 
Winner of Life Changers’ Humanitarian Achievement Award, 2010 & Nigerian UK Based Achievers’ Award – Excellence for Selflessness in Service Life Achievement, 2011.
 
His vision is to help the less privileged and abandoned people, set people free from oppression, train prisoners to pastors; reduce crime and poverty in the community; help the homeless, drug addict, ex-offenders, mentally sick; the domestically abused, and those in physical and spiritual prison.
 
Nathaniel has contributed so much into the Community through charity works. He is The Founder of Hospital & Prison Ministries, trading as Hospital & Hospital Action Network (HPAN),
The co-Founder of Nigeria Education & Employment Development (NEED),
The co-Founder of African & Caribbean Prostate Cancer Association (ACPCA),
Member Black & Ethnic Minority Arts Network (BEMA), Board of Trustee of Hackney Refugee Forum (HRF), Board of Trustee of Black Ethnic Minority Working Group (BEMWG ), Public Relations Officer – Igbomina Descendants Association ( IDA ) & Kwara State Association of Nigeria UK (KWASANG)
 
An executive member of many Association & Corporate bodies including;
  • Joint Council for Welfare Immigrant
  • Association of Cost & Executive Accountant
  • Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association
  • Central Association of Nigeria in UK (CANUK)
  • National Association of Nigerian Communities (NANC )
  • National Association of Licenced Paralegal ( NALP )
  • Association of Christian Counsellor – UK
  • Association of Sales & Marketing Management
  • Association of Management Specialist
  • Ambassador  AgeUK                           
  • Commercial Management and more.
As a Volunteer and Community worker, Nathaniel has under gone series of training, under the Social Services. These include;
  • Racial Crime, Race Hate Crime
  • Hate Crime, Homophobic Hate Crime and Domestic Violence.
  • Basic Training on Criminal Justice System
  • Force Marriages
  • Working with Black Minority, Ethnic Families in Child Protection
  • Drug and Alcohol dependent parent and the possible risks for their Children.
  • Prostate Cancer (Community Champion)
  • Breast Cancer
  • And Working with Girls in Gang
Nathaniel speaks English, French and Yoruba fluently.
 
Nathaniel is the image maker and is in charge of Marketing, Advertising & publicity (MAP) for ‘The Nigerian Community Show, the new television programme in United Kingdom, which focuses on the impacts Nigerians make, in various communities around the world.
Married and bless with children
 
  • WINNER OF LIFE CHANGERS ‘HUMANITARIAN ACHIEVEMENT’ AWARD 2010
  • NIGERIAN UK BASED ACHIEVER’S AWARD – ”Excellence for SELFLESSNESS IN SERVICE” AWARD 2011
  • BBI UK – Social Entrepreneurs Award – 2013 – UK
  • MBE IMPROVER AWARD – Best Human Rights Activist – 2016
  • Life Changers – Humanitarian Achievement Award 2010 – UK
  • HackneyCVS Community Achievement Award – For Campaigning against Poverty and Welfare Cuts – 2016 – UK
  • Cabinet Office – The Center For Social Action Award – “Compassionate Neighbour, St. Joseph Hospice” – 2016 – UK