Before Orobosa Owie became an established community leader known for her work in empowering emerging leaders to thrive in their careers, she had faced her fair share of obstacles to overcome. From losing her mother suddenly at the early age of fifteen to encountering numerous challenges on her management journey, Orobosa’s story is the perfect example of the amazing transformation that occurs when one lets go of their fears and believe in the power of their greatness. In her pursuit to make a difference in the young professional's community, Orobosa has spent the last 10 years building a professional development and empowerment brand that is aimed to teach emerging leaders to seasoned executives on how to hone in on their executive presence and dynamically lead.
She is an executive trainer, professor, global speaker and author of her first book “Be Bold, Be Confident, Be You: A Motivational Guidebook in Shattering the Fear Ceiling”. As a former United Nations Youth leader, she created and hosted a series of programs and events that focused on providing the next generation of emerging leaders with the essential tools, resources and advice needed to succeed. Impressed by her impact within the NYC Young Professionals community, Orobosa was invited by President Obama to be a part of a round table discussion at the White House in 2014 to discuss the launch of the administration’s Young African Leaders Initiative and its Nelson Mandela Washington Fellowship.