Program Specialist for the State of Nebraska in the Department of Children & Family Services, Deborah Dogba is a is a Business & Organizational Strategist with a history of helping entrepreneurs, businesses and communities improve, grow and succeed. Born and raised in Togo (West Africa), she has traveled extensively and brings a unique and global perspective to leadership, business and entrepreneurship. Deborah brings over 15 years of extensive experience with program expansion & development, process improvement as well as capacity building, and organization positioning both in government and private sector.
Founder and CEO of Business Seals Consulting Firm LLC, on a mission to empower, train, support, and bring viable solutions to businesses and entrepreneurs. She has a BS in Organizational Psychology and a BS in Business Administration, Banking and Financial Markets. She uses her leadership skills to serve on the board of Le Jardin Familial – a nonprofit that focuses on families’ wellbeing and harmony. As a successful entrepreneur, Deborah owns Talents of Africa in the Midwest – an organization that promotes the artwork and handmade crafts of women from remote areas in Africa. Alongside her 13 years old son, Deborah co-founded ND Kicks, a basketball shoe design concept that aims at improving the performance of players.
Deborah also served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Senegal, West Africa (2011-2014) where she had the opportunity to promote local businesses and women associations through capacity building, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship classes. When she’s not busy helping entrepreneurs succeed, you can find her volunteering at DoSpace or Essential Pregnancy Services (EPS) – just to name a few – in her current home city of Omaha.