You Are Designed for More
I will help you to DISCOVER something new, EMPOWER you to
believe in your dreams and DEVELOP you to walk in your DESTINY
I will help you to DISCOVER something new, EMPOWER you to believe in your dreams and DEVELOP you to walk in your DESTINY
My name is Ebere Azumah, and I love delivering babies, teaching and caring for girls, women, and educating our communities.
I am a board certified Obstetrician and gynecologist who obtained her medical degree from Wayne State School of Medicine. As a new attending in 2014, I found out that there is more to providing care, and then, I realized that I needed to understand the American healthcare delivery system better. So, I decided to obtain my Master’s degree in Public Health at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston to understand more about the various healthcare systems, and key stakeholders in healthcare decision making. My experience in Boston was truly life-altering. During that period, I met my business partner, Bria Gadsden, and we formed an empowerment and menstrual
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What My Clients Are Saying
Having Ebere as a life coach is a blessing. Through my ups and downs, she has encouraged me to stay positive and keep going through my hardship. Having a strong woman beside me to keep me strong has encouraged me to do bigger things in life. I forever will be grateful. Thank you
I’ve had the pleasure of working with Dr. Ebere Azumah for the past 2 years as a colleague and mentee. Dr. Azumah is an intentional, empathetic, practical, and effective coach. She has helped me recognize my strengths and leverage my resources to enhance my personal and professional development. Whether you are a student seeking support with understanding how to align your education with your true life’s purpose or a mid-career professional interested in switching careers, I highly recommend working with Dr. Azumah!
Bria Gadson, MS
“Ebere is a great friend and mentor, who knows exactly when to push me to my limits and when to be a listening ear. I know that she always works with my absolute best interest in mind, and have no doubt that I could trust her with anything. I would highly recommend seeking her guidance through the ups and downs of life.”
Kobi Ajayi, mba, mph
I met Dr. Ebere at a critical period while developing the strategic plan for my nonprofit organization. I had spent countless hours trying to identify my “secret sauce” without any luck. But, once I had a meeting with her, it was like a light bulb turned on, and I could get my document together. Thanks to Dr. Ebere’s selfless service, my organization is off to a very great start, and I’m happy for the future I see.
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Dr. Ebere Azumah
My Societal Impact & Development
I use rags torn in square shape from a condemned wrapper for my menstruation. Despite that, I still get soaked. I sometimes wear more than two panties just to make it thick to avoid being stained in blood" Read More>>
Over 100 adolescents school girls were sensitized on how to maintain good menstrual hygiene in Lagos State. The sensitization program organized by the Network of Reproductive Health b Journalists of Nigeria (NRHJN) Lagos State Chapter Read More>>
Dr. Ebere Azumah of Love Your Menses Inc. said the goal is to create a safe and uplifting, and supportive space to dispel myths surrounding menstruation while supporting young people to love their menses. click to read more>
Have you ever wanted to know what goes on in a woman’s mind? What if we combined both? What would happen?
This book gives an exclusive insight into the exciting journeys of 22 amazing women from 13 countries of the world.
This book will teach young girls in the prepubertal period, what to expect during their period. The menstrual cycle is very important and tells us a lot about our health and IT is the fifth vital sign during a doctor’s visit.
Jonathan and the Hole in His Shoes
This story was written for my daughter to encourage her and other children to support each other. Children should help each other instead of picking on or bullying each other. I hope Jonathan’s story will spark more interest in altruism in our children.
Humanitarian Trip (Medical mission)
FlowTech4Girls graduation celebration and our flow app launch. who came out to support our girls. We are grateful…
A special thanks to our leaders: Council woman Michelle Wu, Council woman Julia Mejia and MA State Representative Brandy Fluker-Oakley for coming…