Ivery Arie is the voice of many African women. Many of which are the contributing writers. Apply today to become a board of director.
Ijeoma Ejimadu is a process engineer with a passion for women empowerment and writing. She is the founder of Ivery Arie: The Contemporary African Woman Blog and believes in encouraging women of African decent to better themselves through other women’s experiences.
Chinedum Ukandu is a Nigerian- American, science enthusiast, and aspiring medical doctor. I try to take my feet wherever a path can take me. Writing is a passion and I am happy to share my thoughts and experiences as I pursue my own journey as a CAW.
Dr. I. Chisom Unegbu
Dr. I. Chisom Unegbu is originally from Nigeria but has lived in the U.S. for much of her life. She has a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Communication from the University of Texas at Arlington, a master’s degree in Human Resource Development from the University of Texas at Tyler and a doctorate in Education in Educational Leadership from Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, Texas. Her dissertation is entitled “Factors Influencing Graduation of First-Time, Full-Time College Students in East Texas.”
She is a full-time college professor. She is also author of, When All the Locusts Had Eaten, a children’s book, available on Amazon. Dr. Unegbu is also a motivational speaker.
In addition to writing, she enjoys cooking, travel, reading and lives by the motto, “Feed your faith and your fears will starve.” Dr. Unegbu resides in Texas with her husband and three children.
Eleje Nnennaya Utom
Eleje Nnennaya Utom, born and raised in LA, igbotic blood through my veins. An IT MelaGawdess that blogs or whateva. Follow her Instagram and Snapchat @Nnennayalator. Follow her blog at nnennayalator.wordpress.com.
Stephanie-Jane is a first generation Nigerian American currently pursuing her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology. She enjoys expressing herself through writing and consider it an act of self-care. Lover of my Christian faith, melanin, coffee and witty remarks.