E118 Ore Ogungbayi

Our Guest: Ore Ogungbayi 

Helping Young People to Thrive & Excel by Supporting their Development in Confidence, Communication & Mental Well-Being!

Date and Time

April 15th 3PM ET


Born in South London to Nigerian parents, and raised in Kent for the first 7 years of her life by a Scottish father and an English mother, Ore has come to appreciate the beauty in diversity and is thus gifted with the ability to break through barriers and connect with individuals. As a child she was abducted by her birth mother and had the privilege of living in Nigeria for 11 years, and the benefit of the lessons that living in a different culture had to teach. 

Ore-Lou returned to England in 1984 and attended college, then went on to study Economics at the University of Central England in Birmingham. She also served as a missionary for a year and a half. She is widowed and is the mother of 2 beautiful daughters and even though it is a challenging role, the rewards far outweigh the hard work required to help these young women reach their full potential and become a credit to society.

Ore believes that failing forward is the only real path to success and the secret to building true character in an individual. She is acquainted with adversity, loss, regret, amongst other things and knows from experience that the past and the challenges we face can be the foundation to a more powerful future – A future which is fulfilling and satisfying. Integrity is the quality that she strives to uphold.

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