Vera Alex is a multi-talented Coach, Social entrepreneur, Author and Speaker. She is the Lead Coach at Vera Alex Coaching Company (VACC) through which she has helped individuals to discover purpose in their painful experiences while achieving personal excellence. Popularly known as Coach Vee, Vera uses her personal story to preach a message that provides mental, emotional, spiritual and financial wholeness for educators, parent and individuals towards achieving the goals of Good health and well-being in the sustainable development goals of the United Nations. She wields a strong presence and her message reverberates with the same focus and intensity across all events and platforms.
Prior to establishing VACC, she cut her teeth at Immerse Coaching Company, where she served as a Support Coach while also pitching tent with Junior Achievement Nigeria.
Studied International Law at Babcock University, her education background coupled with subsequent professional trainings formed the foundation stone for her vocational superiority.
She authored two books. First is ‘Broken but Beautiful’ to deal with mental and emotional issues that young people face while in their formative years, sharing insightfully from her childhood experience of overcoming rejection, failure and abuse and ‘Spinning your Pain to Gold’, a book that helps you turn painful experiences to golden opportunities for others in the community. She is the convener of “What I wish my parents knew”, an event that hosts educators and parents on awareness of the depth of abuse their children might be going through without their knowledge. She coaches educators and parents and also consults for schools which achieves the goals of Quality education in the United Nations sustainable development goals. She is also the Editor-in-Chief of Vera Alex magazine where she shares her faith.
In recognition of her outstanding work, she has been hosted regularly as a Speaker across notable media platforms including TV stations in Nigeria. Also, her methods of using the overcoming of her painful story in alignment with the United Nations sustainable development goals has also been featured on national newspapers.
She also became a finalist in McKinsey and company’s Next Generation Women Leaders. She is also part of The Dialogue Now, a global platform for international speakers which has its headquarters in Dubai. And she continues to serve in her field.