Mary Ogbeh is the Founder & President of Hope Foundation Group Inc. Also, Region 7 Director with American Medical Women Association(AMWA) PreMed, and the Vice-President of The Society for Collegiate Leadership & Achievement. She has her B.Sc Biochemistry from University of Jos. She worked on a project on HIV/AIDS on the Biochemical Profile in the transmission of HIV/AIDS from mother to child. Other school she’s attended are Kennesaw State University, Benedictine University, and she also has a Diploma at Ashworth College in Wedding and Event Planning, Atlanta Georgia.
She is board certified in CNA, PCT, BCCC and CSCC. Mary has worked at Michael Stevens Consult on deployment to Guaranty Trust Bank as a switch board operator, she also worked for Adecco Inc. and was seconded to Quintiles Transnationals Corporation, then transitioned to Quintiles Transnational Corporation as a CTM Associate. When Quintiles and Quest Diagnostics merged to become Quintiles-Quest Diagnostics Joint Ventures (Q2- Solutions), Mary Ogbeh worked in the QLAB Dept. as a CTM Associate and Quality Control Analyst respectively before she resigned in 2016.Currently she works with Kennesaw State University on deployment to YELLs (Youth empowerment through Learning, Leading, and Serving, Inc.) for American Reads and also the CEO of M & J Scientific Medicals.
She also function as MPH Student Advisory Panel at Benedictine University. Past Volunteer Experience so far are at Well Star Cobb Hospital, KSU for American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, Colon Cancer Alliance- Undy 5000, and International Day at Hayes Elementary, Keep Smyrna Beautiful, and Special event at City of Kennesaw, and IFSA- Indian Festival on KSU campus.