Iyabo Adeoye is a Ph.D. holder in Agricultural Economics from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria. She is currently the Acting Head of Department, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Department, National Horticultural Research Institute, Ibadan, Nigeria. She has been on the field for more than 14 years. She coordinates and handles all planning issues of her Institution including development of strategy and operational plans. She specializes in Market intelligence and analysis, and Value Chain Development of Horticultural Crops. Gender Dimensions and Women Empowerment along the Horticultural Value Chain also form part of her Roles and Responsibilities. She is versatile and has a number of publications on wide ranging issues of agriculture economics in both local and international learned journals. She was involved in the USAID sponsored studies on Cassava Value Chain Analysis in Nigeria. She received the Netherland Fellowship Awards, African Women in Agricultural Research (AWARD) among others. Currently she participated in Research Transparency and Reproducibility Training at London where she was exposed to contemporary issues in Research Transparency, Data sharing and the importance of evidence based research.