Chioma is a passionate advocate for children's rights and has dedicated her life to improving the lives of young individuals around the world. After graduating from college, she started work at Richmond Behavioral Center where she mentored children with special needs. Chioma firmly believes in empowering children and giving them a voice. Chioma has frequently collaborated with local agencies and international organizations to raise awareness for children's causes. She is currently employed as a Social Worker with the Maryland Department of Social Services where she has worked for the past 17 years. Chioma is a strong believer that each child is created for a purpose which is what led her to start the non-profit organization, Moms and Me, with the goal to empower young girls to be worthy leaders in the society by maximizing their talents, potentials and opportunities. Chioma lives in Maryland and is married to her husband of over 18 years and their marriage is blessed with four children. She considers her being able to juggle her career and motherhood as her greatest achievement. Her strong reliance on her faith keeps her going despite the obstacles life throws at her.
In her spare time, Chioma enjoys to cook, spending moments with her own family, as she strongly believes in the importance of nurturing and supporting children within their immediate circles. These experiences further fuel her determination to create a world where every child has the opportunity to thrive. Through her relentless advocacy, Chioma Ezeocha continues to be a guiding light for children, advocating for their rights, and striving to build a society where every child's potential is realized.