Oge Akinola is an internationally respected Health and Well-being expert, speaker, trainer, coach, author, contributor to Magazines (including Faith-Based Magazines/ Blogs), and a worship leader in her local church. She lives by the mantra: “Nothing happens until YOU happen.”
For over 15 years, Oge has passionately catered to professional moms/executives and homemakers, teaching end empowering them to lead and enjoy total wellness in spirit, soul, and body. She has devoted her time and effort to helping them align their faith to a personal commitment to achieving sustainable health.
One of Oge’s biggest Achievements is being the Founder/CEO of Bump n Chic, a Health and Well-being Consultancy Firm. The emphasis of her work is on Faith and Health, education on intentional living, personal development, habit modification, nutrition, as well as the importance of physical well-being through exercise/fitness plans. Oge inspires positive life transformation and growth and helps women achieve fulfillment and an integrative lifestyle, both in their personal and professional life.
Oge has a first degree in Government & Public Administration with a master’s degree in Peace Studies from the University of Bradford, UK. She is currently an Executive MBA student at the prestigious- Imperial College Business School, London, where she is coming to the end of her two-year program.
Oge is married and a mom of 4, 2 girls and 2 boys. She co-founded @bodypraiseonline with her husband, and together they launched the first Afro Praise HIIT Holy Spirit Inspired Fitness. Both run a monthly Family Health Event called Family Fit, where families are educated and empowered in living a healthy lifestyle through Health Talks and 30 mins fun-filled exercise sessions.
Currently, Oge sits on the Executive Team of a Christian Television Network – Virtuous Entertainment TV Network (VETN) as the Production Director. She also runs the VETN Health and Fitness channel with her husband, producing different intensities of fitness workout videos and devotions with some upcoming Talk Show programs covering areas of living a healthy lifestyle in these unprecedented times.
Oge worked with some of the well-known Humanitarian/Charity Organisations in the UK for several years as a Policy Writer/Adviser on issues on health, education, and nutrition and worked with NGOs in various countries in Africa and beyond. In her spare time, Oge supports NGOs in Africa that focus on improving the lives of young girls, women, and their families in the areas of improving health, nutrition, and general well-being, as well as providing mentoring support.
Oge has served thousands of women across the globe and continues to advocate for and seek further opportunities to promote a supportive work environment to improve the well-being of Professional Moms and Executives within the corporate walls.