Doris Adesuyi is Nigerian American and a native New Englander born and raised in Rhode Island. She has studied in Boston, Miami, Bristol and Newport and is currently a Juris Doctor Candidate at Roger Williams University School of Law (RWUSOL). Since moving back to the Northeast to establish a career as a small business owner, she has been proactively reacquainting herself with the state in which she was raised.
Doris has conducted business in Africa and Asia and has gained much from the numerous cultures encountered. She loves meeting people from diverse parts of the world and opens up her home as a host family for international students yearly. While interning for the United States Senate, she was able to witness firsthand the importance of global collaboration in business and policy and the positive effects it can bring to a community when carried out responsibly. One of her goals in life is to be a catalyst of change needed in our society and government and to duplicate the same principles and ideas in upcoming generations. Some ways she works toward this is by investing back into her community. She is a member of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity and currently serves on the Northeast Regional Black Law Students Association board as the Director of the Combined Northern New England Sub-Region. She is also the former President of the RWUSOL Black Law Students Association as well as the Business and Intellectual Property Law Association. Under her leadership she helped co-found the annual IP and Cybersecurity Networking Reception and Panel.