Nkechi NWOSU is a HR professional with over a decade of solid experience in multiple HR disciplines including strategic planning, leadership, people operations & employer branding.
Over the course of her career, she has developed a wealth of experience, working in both multinational companies and start-ups, and collaborating in global environments across Europe, Africa, South America and Asia in multiple sectors: oil & gas, agriculture, healthcare, IT, and tourism.
As a co-founder of Level Hire, she oversees the conception and implementation of the organization’s strategic business plan and operational framework.
Nkechi is happy to serve on the Friends of Nigeria Europe (FON) board facilitating business collaboration between French and European companies and startups with their Nigerian counterparts, and vice-versa
She is a lover of arts in all its forms and expression: music, dance, fine arts, performing arts, and has channels this creativity in consulting on high-level events that bring cultures together such as African food and French wine tasting events.
As a social networker passionate about creating platforms and supporting stages that promote inter-cultural exchanges, networking and social / community development, she’s been part of the management team of various networking platforms across France. In Nice, she was part of the organizing team for NTA, Nice – a prominent social group in the French Riviera bringing together hundreds of expats and locals through various social events. This love had in the past led her to create the defunct “ECOWAS Young Professionals” association in 2015 at Grenoble, whose objective was to create a platform where professional Franco-phone and Anglo-phone West Africans could collaborate and share value.
Nkechi holds a Master’s Degree in International Human Resources Management and Organizational Development from Grenoble Ecole de Management, France, and a Bachelor’s Degree in French Language from Abia State University, Nigeria. She speaks English, French, Igbo, a bit of Yoruba, and Pidgin English.