Ngozi Princewill Utchay

Chief Executive Officer, Artelier Lifestyle Consultants

Conference Speaker

Ngozi Princewill Utchay MCIArb, is a sought-after multiple certified Social Skills and Personal Branding Consultant, Public speaker, Writer, Founder/CEO and International Arbitrator.

A Federal Government of Nigeria scholar, she attended the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, where she finished as the best graduating student of her department. She also holds executive certifications from foremost institutions in the United Kingdom, the United States of America, the United Arab Emirates and Spain. She is an alumna of the Institute Villa Pierrefeu, frequently described as Switzerland’s “last traditional finishing school”.

In addition to various workshops, symposia, Youth programmes and so forth, Ngozi has been a guest speaker at conferences by the Central Bank of Nigeria, Institute of Directors, 7Up Bottling Company, Connect Nigeria and the WIMBIZ amongst others, and has written columns for Genevieve, and ThisDay Style magazines.

She counts High Networth individuals, government agencies, and several prestigious organisations from diverse sectors amongst her distinguished clientele, and has taught Social Skills and Personal Branding at the Lagos Business School, the leading business school in West Africa, for years.

Ngozi is the host of “Future First Ladies”™, a subsidised annual Finishing and Mentoring School, which for the past six years has provided young ladies from low-income homes and the wider society, opportunities to participate via scholarships.

She is featured in the WIMBIZ “Inspire Me 2” coffee table book, which recognises Nigerian women contributing to nation building in their various spheres and is also one of 40 inspiring women featured in the Lancôme “40 Shades” international Beauty campaign; the first of its kind in Africa by the French brand. Ngozi was named one of “100 Most Inspiring Women in Nigeria, 2018” by the Leading Ladies Africa and YNaija, in conjunction with The Guardian newspaper, and was on the 2016 “Very Best Dressed” List of Genevieve Magazine.

She is a recipient of the “Woman to Woman Award for Consistent Support” from the House on the Rock church, where she serves as a Deaconess; and the “Ambassador Award” by the Women Ministry of St Peter’s Anglican Church, Dikenafai (Ideato Diocese), which is her hometown church. She is the Executive Director of the Prime Group, which includes the popular Prime Chinese Restaurant and a Director of the Institute of Export Operations and Management (IEOM). She is also a Trustee of the King’s Comfort Foundation, which seeks to ameliorate the plight of young widows and their children.

Ngozi speaks six languages.