Hi there! You stumbled unto this website because it was either shared to you by an acquaintance or perhaps it was just a mere coincidence, and now you’re wondering what it is about. 

My name is Ugonna, and I created this platform which was largely inspired by the little town I grew up in Nigeria to share and promote experiences and content for and by black women. This is dedicated to all young black women like me, anxious about what the future holds and trying to navigate daily living irrespective of societal limitations. This is a safe space. Welcome! 

Here are a couple of things to look forward to:

  • Wholesome content that range from interesting topics on feminism, fashion, art, music, tips on how to stay fly regardless, beauty, wellness, spotlight on women doing amazing things and all of that good stuff.
  • Discover awesome ‘dope’ music from black women around the world. We scout and go under the covers to deliver a 30 seconds snippet of great music to your doorsteps accompanied with a short bio of the artist. It is the most popular content within our community. It isn’t surprising at all because who doesn’t love great music?
  • Our physical and virtual events for and by women, D.I.S.K.O. Read all about the first one here.
  • Movies and Tv shows recommendations that feature a lead female character for your weekend viewing pleasure.
  • Job opportunities from companies looking to hire women in their establishment.
  • An incoming podcast.
  • And so much more…

For sponsorships, collaborations, donations towards our events, please send an email to ugonna@anowerribabe.com


Ugonna Eronini

Founder / Lead Curator.

Ugonna has a degree in Information Management Technology and has a background in design, branding, storytelling, entrepreneurship, content creation, marketing communications, sales & operations, advocacy and organizing/volunteering at numerous projects like TEDxFUTO, ForLoop, Project 300, Sip and Paint Uyo, Imo Photo Walk, Student’s Business Club etc. She was also the Speaker of the Imo State Children’s Parliament from 2011 – 2014.

Driven by her passion for social and economic advocacy for young women, Ugonna organized D.I.S.K.O, a physical event under AOB held in Owerri where conversations expanded on topics around feminism, entrepreneurship, personal development and self-reliance, which encouraged young women to own their power. In 2017 at the age of 17, she was featured at the back page of The Sun Newspaper after she wrote to one of her favourite columnists.

Ugonna is always creating or building something. Follow her on LinkedIn.

Stephanie Duru

Social Media Manager / Content Creator.

Stephanie is a medical student at Abia State University. When she is not busy saving the world as a social media manager, she is sleeping as she considers it her form of self-care. She also enjoys playing handball and travelling. She loves seeing new places and meeting new people and forming connections with them.

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Zulurang Kanwai


Zulurang is a law graduate, freelance virtual assistant who assists business owners and entrepreneurs with all their tasks and lover of all things film.

She enjoys writing reviews of my favourite films and TV series and talking in extensive length about all her favourite movies. By the way, Netflix is on fire with the great movies and TV series they have coming out soon, and she is looking forward to writing some reviews. 

P.S: She thinks that Denis Villeneuve did that shit with DUNE.

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