Rosemary D. Oglesby-Henry
the rose who blossomed
Ms. Rosemary Oglesby-Henry is a native Cincinnatian. Rosemary started her adult life as a teen parent but used her struggle, strong faith in God, social support, and self-motivation to heal and help others to do the same. Oglesby-Henry is a bridge-builder, nationally known leadership educator, author, philanthropist, and award-winning founder/ CEO of an impact organization (501c3) committed to helping teen parents master the concepts of self-leadership to leave a legacy.
Ms. Oglesby-Henry's work has been published in three magazines including Forbes and four novels. She is featured in the 2022 Documentary Short, Worth One's Salt by Producer Dr. Dretona Maddox, a social impact film that focuses on barriers to health equity in maternal health for black pregnant teens.
She has received more than (40) forty honors and recognitions for her leadership and philanthropy throughout her career. She has shared her story and her organization's mission as a speaker and panelist at conferences, events, and across international and local media outlets to millions. She has been quoted in numerous magazines and on platforms for her advocacy positions related to education, Youth Pregnancy &Parenthood Awareness, and maternal health. Ms. Rosemary has been a member of more than 10 boards local and state.
Over two decades Rosemary, an entrepreneur. has used her business acumen to mentor and consult with more than 50 small businesses and non-profits to start, expand programs, and increase revenue by more than 50% estimated cumulative at $200,000.
Ashton W, OH
"Rosemary has always been supportive and passionate about her work."
Dr. Maddox, CA
"Rosemary is a powerhouse in Ohio. Rosemary is bold about her support in supporting teen parents and families."
Elaine B, OH
"There are many good leaders, and some great leaders, and then there are leaders who not only know how to run a "well-oiled machine" but also have vision. This is Rosemary."