Osemome Ndebbio is an award-winning veteran educator with years of experience in providing needs-based learning solutions for individuals and organizations.
She is the ex-founder of Happy Bookers Nigeria, which organized the Akwa Ibom at 25 International Poetry Competition.
Osemome is also the founder of the Learning Coast Arena Ltd., a learning and development organization that caters to the learning needs of people ages 2 to 99. She is interested in education, obviously, especially behavior modification through community activation and demand generation. Her organization in partnership with CHAI (Clinton Health Access Initiative) executed a project that educated thousands of medical personnel, educators, community members and school children on diarrhea management.
Osemome has participated in and facilitated several writing workshops. She has also been privileged to adjudicate a number of writing competitions. She holds certificates and specializations in creative writing. Osemome has been published in the Dreams at Dawn anthology, Ebedi Review, and Kaleidoscope Magazine. She is the Managing Editor for Creative Non-Fiction.