Linda Arrey-Mbi Nkwenti (best known as Linda Arrey) is a Nonprofit Consultant, Published Author and International Speaker. After dedicating several years as a Certified Life Coach, helping women all over the world find clarity, overcoming personal and professional roadblocks and equipping them with strategies to live a fulfilling lifestyle, she wrote her first book, “Memoirs of a Working Mother”, a self-help tool for women to thrive at home and work.After serving in the nonprofit sector in various capacities for several years, she created her signature program, The Nonprofit Institute, a premier program for potential Nonprofit Entrepreneurs to transform their vision into compliant, sustainable and impactful 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Organizations, in just eight weeks, even if they have zero experience.
She is the Chief Executive Officer of Women in Leadership Development and Empowerment, Inc., a professional women’s charity serving women and children in U.S. and underserved communities.
As an Active Duty Captain in the United States Air Force Medical Service Corps, she serves as a Chief Information Officer. She is also the President of the Cameroonian-American Military Professionals organization, a 501(c)(3) charity providing mentoring, leadership and support services to Cameroonian-Americans serving in the U.S. Military and their families.
She enjoys the beach, traveling and spending quality time with her husband and children.
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