• Award-winning author and communications consultant, Enuma Okoro is a widely sought-after speaker invited to colleges, universities, organizations, religious institutions, and conferences across the world. Embracing innovative communications strategies, the classic spiritual traditions, the contemporary arts, and her uniquely diverse global and cultural background, Okoro writes, speaks and consults on numerous issues based off of four key areas:
    1.) Professional and social communities and the importance of shared, common narratives
    2.) Identity and Belonging in a diverse world
    3.) Women and the transformative power of personal narratives
    4.) Spiritual formation, growth and holistic wellness.
  • Award-winning author and communications consultant, Enuma Okoro is a widely sought-after speaker invited to colleges, universities, organizations, religious institutions, and conferences across the world. Embracing innovative communications strategies, the classic spiritual traditions, the contemporary arts, and her uniquely diverse global and cultural background, Okoro writes, speaks and consults on numerous issues based off of four key areas:
    1.) Professional and social communities and the importance of shared, common narratives
    2.) Identity and Belonging in a diverse world
    3.) Women and the transformative power of personal narratives
    4.) Spiritual formation, growth and holistic wellness.

Noteworthy

Read Enuma’s latest essay in The New York Times

Read Enuma’s latest article in The Atlantic

Read Enuma’s latest article in The Guardian 

Enuma’s latest book, Talking Taboo, was JUST released in October, 2013 and now is in 2nd printing. Read an excerpt here.

Enuma is featured in the December 2013 issue of AfroElle Magazine.

Enuma was listed as one of seven top Young Influencers of the next generation by Catalyst.

In June,  2012 Enuma had the honor of being the first woman of African descent to preach at the historic American Church in Paris. (Martin Luther King Jr. was the first man of African descent to preach there in October 1965)

 

 

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