EBELE Organics is the brainchild of Ebele Okocha, a businesswoman, holistic health alchemist, writer, poet and visionary leader. She brings with her a fiery drive, determination, creative energy and passion to all that she does. Her strong work ethic, unparalleled attention to detail and pursuit for excellence are what drives her success as a businesswoman. She strives to use her talents to not only pursue her dreams but be a source of inspiration and encouragement to others.
Ebele developed a deep affinity for natural health and beauty field during her teenage years after personal struggles with problematic skin.
Her desire to understand the skin and body led her to study in various aspects of health, nutrition and natural beauty throughout the years. She earned her license in Esthetics while enrolled in high school and is dually licensed in the states of Colorado and Texas. She went on to further her studies in human anatomy and herbal studies, earning a Chartered Herbalist certificate from Dominion Herbal College, North America’s oldest school of Herbal Medicine and a certificate in fitness and body composition from NESTA/Spencer Institute.
Ebele received her bachelor’s of science in marketing communication and management from Colorado State University and completed her masters in business administration at Southern University graduating at the top of her class with an induction into the International Business Honor Society. She was also among the founding members of the Southern University MBA Association as the program director for the organization.
As a passionate natural health, beauty and nutrition professional, Ebele has dedicated her life to creating products that help others look, feel and live their best. After years of struggling with skin problems that hindered her confidence and ability to do the things that she wanted, she made a pact that she would spend her life creating natural solutions that support wellbeing and vitality.
Ebele is also passionate about using her platform to support developing economies. She is involved in several export and economic projects that aim to fight poverty and improve lives of communities across the African continent.
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