Martina Edebor holds a BS degree in Chemistry, Physics and Geology from the University of North London, and a Master of Education in Administration and Leadership from the University of Houston. She has worked with diverse businesses including seismic and geophysical services, television, radio, newsprint publication, real estate development, education, banking and investment services and the hospitality industry. She is the co-founder of SEONE and its subsidiaries..She is the publisher of the Christian Herald Newspaper, and the president and CEO of SEONE Educational Services, Nig. Ltd
As an advisor on the Mayor’s Immigrant Committee, Mrs Edebor coordinated the Business Development sessions of the 1st and 2nd Mayor’s Immigrant Community Development Seminar and was part of the Houston team of the national “Freedom Rider’s Project.” Mrs. Edebor has served as the Vice President of the Houston based, African Community Organization and is responsible for the creation of the city wide community development project that embraces businesses and organization from over 26 African countries. As a member of the Global Women Council, she was part of the planning team that bought many women of international acclaim to the 2nd Annual Women’s Council meeting held in Houston in 2005
In a desire to disseminate information about Africa to Africans and non-African community, she co-founded a non-profit organization, African Information and Resource Services (AIRS) of Texas, which was later renamed the African Business Council of Texas, As Vice president, special projects, she oversees the planning and implementation of all Trans-Atlantic projects. She has successfully sourced over 1 million dollars in funds through grant for the Houston Independent School District and the Zoe Independent School District.
Tina Edebor has served as the general secretary and global financial secretary of The All Nigerian Nationals in the Diaspora, the Vice President of the African Community Organization and the Chairman of SEONE Empowerment Foundation.
Eghosa Edebor graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas Southern University with a B.A in Radio and Television Production & Journalism Minor, and an M.A in Communications. His professional experience includes eight years as a television producer at the Nigeria Television Authority NTA, and eleven year as an instructor at Texas Southern University. After moving to the E.B Cape Center, where he served as the Community Liaison Officer, he co-founded a public relations and marketing company SEONE Communications,LLC., and its subsidiaries, which include Christian Herald newspaper, Houston International Star newspaper, SEONE Educational Services and SEONE Energy.
Mr. Edebor is actively involved in many grass-roots activities. He served as a board member on the African Community Organization, and represents Nigeria in Houston on the Mayor’s Advisory Committee on Immigrant and Refugee Affairs, The Mayor’s International Trade and Development Council, the Immigrant Coalition of Houston, and Houston Community College Global Studies Project. He is a member of the Nigerians in Diaspora Organization (NIDO). Mr. Edebor served two full terms as the Executive President, and is currently a board member of the Nigerian Foundation Houston, Inc. – an organization which serves as the umbrella for over 150,000 Nigerians in Houston.
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