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Dec. 8, 2021

Getting Inclusive AF with Dr. Omolara Uwemedimo

Getting Inclusive AF with Dr. Omolara Uwemedimo

In this episode, Jackye and Katee speak with Dr. Olomara Uwedimo. Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo is an empowerment coach, business development & growth strategist and CEO of Melanin & Medicine.


In this episode, Jackye and Katee speak with Dr. Olomara Uwedimo. Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo is an empowerment coach, business development & growth strategist and CEO of Melanin & Medicine. In less than 12 months, she built Melanin & Medicine into a successful, multi-six-figure company that provides support, strategy & skills to help Black women physicians pivot into purpose-led careers & businesses & live more fulfilled & integrated lives. As a career transition strategist, she provides women with culturally-informed strategies and systems to reduce burnout, achieve personal and professional fulfillment, rediscover their purpose and ultimately, achieve their vision for life, without

struggle or sacrifice. Prior to founding Melanin, & Medicine, Dr. Uwemedimo worked as a board-certified pediatrician for over 15 years and professor for over a decade, mentoring women in medicine to live more fulfilled lives. Her career has been defined by a passion for social justice, an advocate and

researcher committed to health equity for both patients and providers. She has worked as a global physician across sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and the

Caribbean. She also is CEO and founder of Strong Children Wellness, an innovative family practice that addresses both unmet health and social needs for families in New York City.

Dr. Uwemedimo is an expert in purpose-led entrepreneurship, career transition, navigating workplace racism and health equity for Black women

in healthcare,. Her work has been featured in several media outlets including People.com, NBC News, Medscape, Essence.com, Newsweek, Crain’s,

Politico, Reuters, and NPR. Enjoy!

 

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Omolara

CEO

Dr. Omolara Thomas Uwemedimo is an
empowerment coach, business development & growth strategist
and CEO of Melanin & Medicine. In less than 12
months, she built Melanin & Medicine into a
successful, multi-six figure company that provides
support, strategy & skills to help Black women
physicians pivot into purpose-led careers &
businesses & live more fulfilled & integrated lives.
As a career transition strategist, she provides
women with culturally-informed strategies and
systems to reduce burnout, achieve personal and
professional fulfillment, rediscover their purpose and
ultimately, achieve their vision for life, without
struggle or sacrifice.
Prior to founding Melanin, & Medicine, Dr.
Uwemedimo worked as a board-certified
pediatrician for over 15 years and professor for over
a decade, mentoring women in medicine to live more
fulfilled lives. Her career has been defined by a
passion for social justice, an advocate and
researcher committed to health equity for both
patients and providers. She has worked as a global
physician across sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and the
Caribbean. She also is CEO and founder of Strong
Children Wellness, an innovative family practice that
addresses both unmet health and social needs for
families in New York City.
Dr. Uwemedimo is an expert in purpose-led
entrepreneurship, career transition, navigating
workplace racism and health equity for Black women
in healthcare,. Her work has been featured in
several media outlets including People.com, NBC
News, Medscape, Essence.com, Newsweek, Crain’s,
Politico, Reuters, and NPR.