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Mrs. Linda Arrey-Mbi Nkwenti (best known as Linda Arrey) is an Author, Certified Life and Leadership Coach, Philanthropist and Speaker. She is the Founder and President of Women in Leadership Development and Empowerment, INC., (WILDE), a philanthropic organization of professional women from diverse backgrounds birth from Linda’s vision and dedication to the education and empowerment of women globally and her inclination to improving individual and community standards. Coach Linda is constantly seeking innovative ways to give back to the community through mobilization, direct service, donations, and more. She is transforming lives by equipping working mothers to use their God-given talents to up-level both personally and professionally by finding CLARITY, implementing STRUCTURE and establishing an execution STRATEGY. (from her website https://lindaarrey.com/)
DOVER — Linda Arrey-Mbi Nkwenti of Dover, best known as Linda Arrey, is a certified life and leadership coach; philanthropist; speaker; an active-duty captain serving as the chief information officer at the 436th Medical Group, Dover Air Force Base; CEO of her own company; wife; mother of two daughters; and now a published author.
For someone who wears many different hats, having balance is what she credits as the key to life.
“I’m not Superwoman,” Mrs. Arrey said.
“I want to change the narrative that society puts on working mothers,” said Mrs. Arrey, owner of Linda Arrey Global, LLC, and CEO/president of Women in Leadership Development and Empowerment Inc., a philanthropic organization of professional women from diverse backgrounds and birth.
“Mothers shouldn’t work tirelessly and feel as though they failed to find the time to take some personal time or enjoy their loved ones. Balance is the key to everything in life.”
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