Rhema Akabuogu has over 5 years experience working in House of Tara International; a fast paced and rapidly expanding indigenous beauty company that has a vision of becoming a globally respected beauty company of African origin. It is also a social enterprise that uses beauty as a platform for empowerment. She works with the company on a mission to empower young African women with relevant skills in makeup and enterprise.

As the Head Retail Artist, she is responsible for, but not limited to training and mentoring for the Retail artists as well as creating and implementing standards for the company’s international Makeup studios, nationwide.

She came to the company with a burning desire to an impact everywhere she found herself. She has served in various capacities within the organization in the short time and made significant impact.

She was an active player in the launch of the 100 voices campaign where the stories of social enterprise was celebrated and documented. She plays an active role in the Product Development team, responsible for the re-branding, expansion and extension of the Makeup Brand- TARA, based on beauty trends and consumer feedback.

Rhema is a skilled and practicing Makeup Artist with B.A(Ed) in English Education from Delta State University, Abraka, certified for proficiency in Management and a member of the Nigerian Institute of Management. She has also undergone professional Makeup and Instructor trainings with Buntricia Bastian, Evalash and other International Makeup Institutes.