Nneka Nwobi

Nneka’s mission is inspire and empower growth oriented individuals and organizations achieve their highest potential, while leaving a significant life. She is a most engaging executive coach and thought leader.  She delivers results with companies of all sizes from technology startups to Fortune 500 companies.

Many seek Nneka out as a source of inspiration, focus, energy and enthusiasm. In her corporate life, Nneka led worldwide process improvement projects across three continents.

Nneka Nwobi

Coach, Speaker, Trainer, Motivator, Educator

Nneka is an experienced global executive with over 20 years experience in Financial Management, Information Technology, Marketing and Business Development with experience in multiple industries. Her exceptional performance saw earning a highly coveted gold award from a Fortune 500 corporation.

Nneka is also an entrepreneur and understands the challenges of growing a small business.  She started and later sold an accounting and consulting business practice in the South East United States. She was recognized by the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce as the Business Woman of the year.

Nneka sits on the board of several high growth publicly listed and privately owned organizations where she brings to bear her wealth of experience.

Nneka recognizes that a successful life requires a balance in sowing seeds that benefits others.  She publishes a long standing weekly coaching program and also teaches a weekly online leadership class.  She is the founder of Enspire Education Foundation that supports orphans and vulnerable children to enable them acquire quality education.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from University of Lagos, Nigeria, and an MBA from CASS Business School London, UK.  She is a professionally qualified accountant in Nigeria, UK and the US, having achieved the ACA, ACCA and CPA professional licenses.

Nneka is a member of best-selling author and leadership guru -John Maxwell’s team and is a certified coach, speaker and trainer.

She and her family divide their time between Nigeria and the United States.