Emelia Orubele

Orubele is the President and Chief Executive Officer of American-Nigerian International Chamber of Commerce since 2005. In this role, Emelia provides executive leadership to the Chamber in the fulfillment of its mission in promoting trade and investments into Nigeria.

Emelia is a graduate of Purdue University School of Pharmacy licensed in 3 states. She also holds a consulting Pharmacist certificate since 1992. She is the President/CEO of the CNU Medical Institute since 2001. Emelia is also the President of ANICC, (American Nigerian Interinational Chamber of Commerce since 2005. Emelia has received several recognitions for her business acumen and entrepreneurial skills such As 2014 Award Of Excellence From Former President Of Nigeria, Obasanjo At Valparaiso University In Indiana, 2013 Nigerian Woman Of The Year Award. The African Diaspora Woman In Business Excellence Award 2013 On Behalf Of The Board Of Centre For Economic And Leadership Development Conferred By Prof. (Nigerian Amb.) Ade Adefuye, Nigerian Women Of Georgia Member Of The Year Award 2013, International Women Think Tank Board Of Advisors. Since 2011, She Has Been The Diasporan Delegate For Hiliary Clintons IDEA Initiative. In 2009, she was the recipient of both the “Good Ambassador Leadership Award” from the Consulate of Nigeria, Atlanta, and recipient of the “African Entrepreneur and Leadership of the Year”. She is also a recipient of the “Woman of Distinction” Award, along with Mayor Shirley Franklin, Mayor of Atlanta Georgia and other women leaders in May 2008. Emelia is listed in the “Who’s Who” in the American Entrepreneurial Women.

Emelia is dedicated to community development initiatives. Through her healthcare training school, Emelia has trained at no cost or subsidized cost over 30 Nigerians who were struggling or lost their job, for free and helped them find employment in the healthcare field.

She played a key role as the Program Director for the Miss Africa USA Scholarship Pageant held in Atlanta (2005-2007). A founding member of the Nigerian Women Association of Georgia (NWAG) in April 2000, Emelia served as the Public Relations Chairwoman for NWAG 4 years and was NWAG delegate for ANOG, the alliance of Nigerian Organizations in Georgia. She is also a member og ANPA, the Association of Nigerian Physicians in America, and NAPPSA.

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