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A Peek into the Life of… Communicator – Chisom Ogbummuo

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We made a call for BellaNaija readers to be a part of a new exciting feature series called, ‘A Peek Into The Life Of which the Team has been working on. {Click here if you missed it} We’ve been very excited by the feedback we’ve received and we’re happy with the submissions we’ve been receiving. It feels so good to get to know our readers better – what they do. So far, we’ve had four interestingly diverse features. ‘Deyemi OkanlawonChinedu Anarado Jennifer Akporehe Tosan Iwere,  Adetomi Imoteda Aladeokomo‘Tito Balogun , Taiwo ‘Taiyel’ LawansonMartins Lawrence Akande and Yetunde Odugbesan-Omede.

Today, Chisom Ogbummuo gives us a peek into her life as a communications specialist.

Job Title
Communicator, Founder of The Conversation Cafe.

What you do specifically?
I communicate for a purpose and a living.

Core Responsibilities?
Using The Conversation Café (TCC), which has segments such as live conversation cafes sessions, webminars, Teleseminars, Radio, photo series, as a platform to educate, innovate, and inspire entrepreneurs that produce a long lasting impact and transformation in their various chosen fields.
I compere corporate and social events and facilitate humanitarian sessions.


How long have you been on this job?
I have been a communicator via different platforms such United Nations special agencies, TV and career shifts for three years. However, T.C.C came on board this year with a lot of transformational agendas and activities.

Highlights of your job…
A lot! It’s not just a job, it’s what I breathe, eat and live for. It is called PURPOSE. Combining my passions and interest to create service, satisfaction and growth to especially young people like myself is fulfilling.

Downsides of your job
Developing in what ever you do isn’t supposed to be all candy and sugary so there are no downsides on this job but challenges and hurdles and it’s not impossible to fall and still crossover! Wax stronger, soar higher and keep aiming beyond your imagination.

If you weren’t doing this, what will you be doing?
Steve Harris, my big buddy always says “It’s not what you don’t have that limits you, it’s what you have but don’t know how to use” So I am doing all I can at the moment and only trying to figure out the other potentials I have got.

On a scale of 1-10, how would you grade your skill set on this job?
7.0. I still be “pikin”, very young and won’t stop learning until I die, so I am ready for growth.

I’m living my career dream. Yes?No?
Yes “ofkess”!Abuja-20131105-00266


IMG_20150626_200159Typical Busy Day

6; 30 – 7am. Awake, pray, skip and shower.

From 7am down to 5; 45m. I’m caught up with either school duties as I am also a part three student of political science or tied up with work engagements and trouble making sessions.

6:00pm – 7pm. Time for mass! I have 24 hours in a day so dedicating one hour or more for God everyday won’t hurt

7pm – 11;45pm. Home, Dinner, study, TV, social media and look for more trouble with my roommate till I sleep off!

For more info or enquires contact: [email protected] | Twitter : @sohmmie | Instagram : @sohmmie

Shout out to Chisom for giving us an insight into life as a communicator. If you’d like to tell us what it feels like practicing your profession, please send an email to features(at)bellanaija(dot)com with the subject: A Peek Into The Life Of…
We look forward to reading your stories.


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