By AZUH AMATUS
Founder/CEO, African Women’s Health Project International (AWHPI) President/CEO, Innovative Global Consulting (IGC) President/CEO, Global Council of Women for Development, Inc Chairman, The Global Summit Group Inc, and Convener, Global Summit on Women Empowerment
Princess Moradeun Ogunlana is the President/CEO of Innovative Global Consulting (IGC) Group of Companies, an Infrastructure, Energy, Business, and Economic Development corporation connecting businesses in Africa to the World.
As the Founder/CEO of African Women’s Health Project International (AWHPI), she leads an international non-profit groups that focuses on empowering women globally through access to healthcare, economic empowerment, trade associations, cultural developments, and partnerships. Founded in 2003, today, it is active in 12 major American cities and ground works is underway for the launching of a major health-care initiative in spring 2018…building Local Community Health Clinics.
She is the producer and organizer of the National African Health Conference and Symposium in the USA and coordinates free medical missions in Africa, and the Convener of the Annual Global Summit on Women Empowerment at the United Nations. Princess Ogunlana was recently inducted at the UCT in United Nations as an Ambassador of Culture uniting USA – China – Africa; by promoting Culture, Development and Health wellness among the women of the World; and promoting Peace Building. In 2014, she was inducted as an Ambassador for Peace by the Universal Peace Federation at the United Nations. She is the Visioneer of the just concluded 2014 New York International Elite Global Councilwoman Summit.
Furthermore, she was just appointed to the Board of Governors of the Global Institute for Human Excellence, and admitted as a FELLOW with THE GLOBAL INSTITUTE FOR HUMAN EXCELLENCE. She currently serves as the Chairman of the board of The Global Summit Group Inc, and her Foundation, AWHPI is on the consortium list of the Arkansas Minority Health Commission. Princess Moradeun Ogunlana served two-term (10 years) as a Commissioner with the Little Rock Sister Cities Commission, appointed by the Mayor of Little Rock, and served for five years as a Little Rock Chambers of Commerce Ambassador.
Princess Ogunlana graduated from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) in 1991 with a BA in Journalism and has completed Graduate and further IT studies in International Consulting and Public Health Policy from the Southern California University for Professional Studies in Santa Ana, California and UALR respectively. She has received numerous humanitarian awards, commendations, and congressional citations, and most recently the Governor’s Excellence Award from the state of Arkans