OKORIE, Linus Chinedu

Born April 30, 1974
in

Kumba, Cameroon

Mr

OKORIE

Linus Chinedu

Linus Okorie is a renowned leadership development coach and human capital development consultant. For over 20 years, Linus has been known as a relentless icon in the quest for good leadership in public and corporate governance in Nigeria. His vast experience in leadership coaching, mentoring and advocacy across the world for over two decades has distinguished him as a trusted name in leadership excellence. He is the Founder and President, Guardians of the Nation International (GOTNI), a leadership development non-profit organization, which has developed 15 leadership brands to train and nurture youths, elected officials and the general public on effective leadership skills and values. Consistently, Linus Okorie has carved a niche as an authority in leadership development with a career development path defined by the principles of selfless service, dignity and integrity. Since inception, Linus Okorie has piloted GOTNI to become Nigeria’s foremost leadership capital development organization including the establishment of GOTNI Leadership Centre (GLC) in Maitama, Abuja. He is currently working towards building the much anticipated Global Leadership Center at the Oguta lake, Imo State where excellent leaders will be groomed for the growth and development of Nigeria and the African continent. He is pioneering the emergence of a new breed of well-equipped and competent leaders to filtrate the public and private sector hierarchies in Nigeria and the rest of Africa. Linus Okorie is also the Managing Consultant of New Vision Consults, a world class leadership consulting firm he founded in 2007, advising and training top level civil servants, government officials, military and paramilitary as well as the private sector. He is the West African representative of Adair International, United Kingdom. He has inspired over 300,000 people across Nigeria and Africa who have directly gone through his leadership programmes, and millions through radio and television. As an influential speaker, Linus Okorie has graced many live conferences, radio and television platforms across Africa, Middle East, Europe and USA as guest speaker, trainer and advisor. He is a regular guest in many print and electronic media, radio and television platforms across Nigeria. He is a radio and television presenter and host of Leadership Clinic on AIT. Linus Okorie is the author of “Footprints: Leading Beyond Today” a book already in the world market, which was forwarded by Dr. Myles Munroe. Linus Okorie is an Aspirant for the Imo State 2019 gubernatorial race.
Gender: Male
Name of Spouse Mrs. Nkiru
State of Origin: Imo State
Father's Name
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Mother's Name
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Number of Male Children 1
Number of Female Children 2

Ebubechukwu, Chimamaka and Chukwuebuka.

Profession Leadership Development Consultant ,
Working Experience

Founder/President, Guardian of the Nation International

Previous Appointments:

– Assistant Secretary, Senate Committee on Integration in Africa, 2002

– Assistant Secretary, National Assembly Joint Committee on Constitution Review, 2002

– Member, Third World Leadership Association (TWLA);

– Board Member, Imo State University Alumni.

Saint John's primary School Kumba, Southwest Province, Cameroon; Government Secondary School, Owerri; Imo State University, Owerri; Regent University, USA.
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– Winner, African Heritage Award

PUBLICATION
BOOK
Footprints: Leading Beyond Today

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