Atinuke Adebanji is a statistician with requisite theoretical and analytical skills acquired over two decades as a career academician and research scientist interested in Multivariate Data analysis, Multiblock Analysis, Linear and Generalized Linear Models, Biostatistics and Population studies. As the originator and Coordinator of the KNUST Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Analysis (KNUST-LISA), she engages with multidisciplinary domain experts in providing statistical consulting services. Atinuke is an elected member of the International Statistical Institute and a member of the International Biometric Society Governing Council. She has over a decade of experience in university administration; she engages in public speaking and serves as the Chairperson for the KNUST Public and Inaugural Lectures Committee. She is an ardent believer in mentoring students and younger faculty. As a protagonist for females in STEM, she is a founding and focal member of Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Ghana (WiSTEMGh).