Equipped with decades of work experience in health care, social services and academia, we are applying our skills and experience to helping others build and/or strengthen their organizations to attain their desired growth. We empower individuals and teams by providing them with the tools they need to succeed.
We offer comprehensive consult to help identify gaps and opportunities, provide a comprehensive report with a project plan, a cost analysis, and a schedule that contains timelines to help our clients attain identified milestones. Our conferences are designed to provide opportunities for knowledge enhancement and professional development.
Ohiro Oni-Eseleh is the Founder and CEO of Integrative Ruminations. He had a long career as a psychotherapist but it was in his administrative roles in health care and higher education that Oni-Eseleh distinguished himself with his highly proven skills in strategic visioning, program development and management, program evaluation, organizational and team leadership, and community engagement.
As an administrator, he is making significant waves by combining the lessons of his History degree, his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree and his Social Work degrees to reshape thinking and reposition organizations toward greater successes and relevance. Ohiro Oni-Eseleh was able to shift the direction his university campus, anchoring it on strong pillars of scholarship and community engagement, thereby leading the program to record successes. As part of that effort, Oni-Eseleh built strong and enduring university-community partnerships that led to incredible successes in addressing multiple social problems, including the opioid crisis in a very significant city in New York State. For this work, he was interviewed by the Times Herald Record newspaper, which quoted him in an article titled St. Luke’s and partners pitch treatment options for drug OD survivors as saying: “We have created a system. The system works in such a way that we recognize that if one wheel falls off (the system), we are in trouble”. Ohiro Oni-Eseleh has also been passionate about addressing the hidden costs of higher education and has worked to obtain scholarship grants for low income students at his university campus. For this work, he received a New York Times attribution in the article titled Even With Scholarships, Students Often Need Extra Financial Help.
In addition to speaking frequently at domestic and international conferences and to social and professional groups, Ohiro Oni-Eseleh has an extensive record of facilitating and hosting conferences.