Enuma Okoro speaks, teaches and facilitates at universities, organizations, corporate institutions, and conferences across the world. Her speaking invitations have included the Harvard Business School, The Business for Africa and the World Forum in Egypt, Syracuse University in Paris, The American Church in Paris, The EurAfrican Forum of Portugal, The Policy Center for the New South’s in Rabat, Morocco, The Imara Woman’s Empowerment Conference in Marrakech, The Abu Dhabi Culture Summit, Oxford University, Princeton University, The Bloomberg Media Conference in Accra, Ghana, and more.

She had the honor of being the first woman of African descent to speak from the historic 200 year-old platform of The American Church in Paris, France. Martin Luther King Jr. was the first man of African descent to speak from the same platform in 1965, after winning the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo.

She has a TEDx talk focused on global perceptions of multicultural women, identity and the power of cultural narratives.

Some of Okoro’s recent talks include:

Cascais, Portugal - Changing the Narrative: Valuing Talent and Diversity from Migrant Flows

New York, USA - Living with Intention and Fostering Holistic Wellness

Paris, France – Reflecting on Culture and National Identities in a Rapidly Changing Global Landscape

Brisbane, Australia – How Notions of Home Shape Our Identities and Narratives

Accra, Ghana – Understanding How to Reframe the Global Narrative about Africa (Bloomberg Africa Media)

Marrakech, Morocco – African Diasporas and Africa Development (The Atlantic Dialogues)

London, England - TEDx - How Cultural Collisions Crack Open New Sides of Our Own Stories.