I love speaking about a wide range of topics from purpose all the way to brand strategy

I love to speak! When I’m not busy lighting up lives, and building brands, I’m most likely speaking at events. Some of the subject matter I speak on ranges from Identity to purpose, productivity, storytelling, brand strategy, self-improvement, project execution, talent management, leaping out of limbo, trusting the process, rekindling your passion, handling multi-potentiality, collaboration, and embracing your uniqueness.


UBA HCM Summit | Flourish Africa | Social Media Week Lagos | Cultivarte 2019 | | 2018 Presidential Dinner | Bizfest by Google Business Group | AISL Symposium | Emerge Conference | Joy Congress | Lead Camp by Junior Achievers | Comic Connect Africa | Dream Academy | The Future Enterprise Training | Handle It Africa | The Albert Conversations | Lagos Music Week | Her Network Woman Of The Year Awards | TedX PortHarcourt | Interswitch International Womens Day | Landwey Book Club | Queen Arise Program | The Hurdle Race | Woman Thrive | Niyi Adesanya Mentorship Academy | Audax Code School | New Media Conference | Start Up Kano | Weavers Club | Flourish Masterclass | Lifepointe Church | Light Out at Babcock University | Little Tigers Kick Series | Rotaract Club.


I reached out to Adaora Mbelu to speak on a panel at a symposium on Global Competencies needed by students to be prepared for the challenges of the 21st Century. At this event hosted by the American International School of Lagos, Adaora served to provide a unique perspective as she spoke on how we best prepare students for a future that’s unknowable, what a 21st century definition of success is, and making an impact with whatever endeavour anyone chooses to pursue. She speaks with authenticity and clarity, and her dynamic personal and professional experience enables her to connect with her audience, irrespective of age, nationality, and professional experience. Impact, connection, relatability, and authenticity, is what comes across when Adaora speaks or delivers a presentation of any kind.

Karishma Chugani

Director, Alumni Relations & Communications American International School of Lagos

OH MY GOD! I joke and call her THE TABLE SHAKER to my tribers!! And apparently, I happen to be on the every table she shakes, scatters and dismantles. That’s saying something right! lol. It’s been quite a ride at the BootCamp. I have been exposed to how Coach Lumina thinks, acts and deconstructs, to an extent. I have never been pushed to think and act fast like this in my life. My paradigm has shifted over the last few days. All this has shown that, for me fulfill and truly be a LIGHT that spreads the light to others; I have to put in the work, never lose sight of the vision, plus I can’t do everything by myself. The power of community is outstanding! I believe I still have A LOT to learn from Coach.



I’ve known Adaora for about 3 years now, and meeting her has been one of the best things that has happened to me personally, and professionally. She is a master in the art of helping you identify your vision, and corporate identity as well as building a personal and business brand. She is an absolute breath of fresh air in this part of the world, and I would gladly recommend her to individuals and corporate organizations wishing to make global impact.

Kunmi Ariyo

Founder, Mirus Events

You are really inspiring, and I would really like to grow up to do something close to what you have done just once, to try and help people with their problems and give them gifts too. Hearing people do such things, and thinking about myself aiming to try new things that could help others, makes me feel very excited and proud to be a part of this growth.

Vaish, Grade 7

American International School, Lagos