Nancy Iheduru

Nancy Obioma Iheduru

Nancy Obioma Iheduru was born on the 16th of October 1969. She holds a Bsc.(Honours) Maths/Statistics from the University of Lagos, PGD in Management, MBA in Marketing from the Federal University Of Technology, Owerri. She holds an executive masters in Project Management from the British school of project Management and an Msc. Gender and Development Studies from the University of Port Harcourt (in view). She has over 20 years multi sectored experience ranging from the ICT industry, Financial Institutions, Community Development and the business world.

She is an alumnus of the Global Women in Management, Women Lead Institute, USA, and functions as a Social Entrepreneur, trainer, public speaker, event manager, life and personal development coach, author and seminar presenter. She has been at the forefront of bridging the value gaps among women and young people, helping them to discover their potential, connect with it and ultimately find fulfilment in their chosen field while impacting their world positively. She is an accomplished business and life skills mentor.

She is a member of The Chattered Institute Of Public Relations, London, United Kingdom, a fellow of The Chartered Institute of Human Capital Development, Nigeria, an Alumnus of The Leadership Institute, Arlington, USA, member, British Project Professionals and the alumnus of the prestigious Institute of Leadership, Arlington, USA.  She is a member, Business and Professional Women in Nigeria, member, NECA’s Network of Entrepreneurial Women and the Chairperson of Association of Women Entrepreneurs/Business Owners, Rivers State.

Nancy belongs to relevant business women based networks and associations that offers her the platform for continuous collaboration, learning and experience sharing moments with other business women.

Nancy Iheduru is a recognized Young Ambassador for Peace on the platform of Universal Peace Federation and Youth Federation for World Peace and has contributed to meaningful development in the Niger Delta Region through her many program initiatives. She has successfully managed donor funded projects from the Global Fund, World Bank, The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Foundation For Partnership in the Niger Delta (PIND) including other indigenous partners.

She is a strong advocate for financial empowerment, innovation and improving livelihoods outcomes for women and youth. She has worked to influence government policies on creating enabling business environment for the informal sector. She has served on various leadership positions and sits on the board of many organizations.