Joyce Chinenye Ozeh

Joyce Chinenye Ozeh is a Nigerian-American civil rights attorney, public speaker, and presenter. She is committed to legal advocacy and community empowerment by making resources and information accessible. 

Joyce is an advocate of mental wealth, representation, and equity. She is also passionate about finding personal freedom by addressing people’s mental barriers and identifying their purpose. She has served on panels, spoken at conferences, and written articles to address the disparity between where people are and who they want to become.   


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