Tracy Nnanwubar is the CEO, THE ONLINE LADYLIMITED. She was the youngest editor in Nigeria at age 18, Tracy has attended the Ife Festival of Poetry, National Association of Television Programming Executives conference in Florida, Jaipur Literary Festival in India, and LEAP Africa & AIESEC Leadership Conferences. She was invited to the International Library of Poets’ Convention in Washington D.C. and has been featured on Unilag FM, Eko FM, MBI Radio, Trybze Magazine, Citi FM Ghana, Goge AfricaTV Show, Punch Newspaper, Business Day Newspaper, Next234 Newspaper, Baby-Bump-And-After Magazine, and The Nairobi Star. She is a Literary Fellow of the Farafina Trust Creative Writing Workshop by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. She was awarded a Literary Residency at the Village Institute in India and granted a Colonel Farleigh S. Dickinson International Scholarship for an MFA in Creative Writing. At age 19, the Commonwealth of Nations sponsored the “This is Lagos” documentary about her life for British and Nigerian TV. Tracy has been a part of the UK Cross Borders Writing Scheme; a Landmark Forum Education Initiative to encourage young children between the ages of 8 and 10 to develop their writing skills; and The Pelican Post -UK Books Donation Project in Lagos. Her writing has also been workshopped into scripts for “Hear Word! Naija Woman Talk True” staged in Edinburgh The Lyceum Theatre, Harvard University, and New York’s Broadway.