Mary Tombiri-Ero a Management Analyst at the City of Houston’s Public Library, holds a Masters’ degree in Business and a soon to be Dr. Tombiri-Ero who is currently working on Doctoral study completion in Walden University. She was exceptionally
brilliant in athletics, who later became an accomplished professional athlete at the National and International stages, accumulating several awards and medals in a career
that spanned over 12 years.
Tombiri-Ero professionally enjoys working to find ways to improve business operations, maximize profits and increase efficiency.
Mary Tombiri-Ero is motivated to scout for gifted and talented youths from Africa who are less privileged and create academic opportunities for them to study in the US on athletic and academic scholarships. She is actively involved with various grassroots
movements that seek to set up training facilities for the underprivileged youths with special focus on girl child.
Between 2010 and 2016, as the Public Relations Officer of Association of Nigerian Women, Austin Texas, she championed fund raising activities for academic scholarships
to some less privileged children in Nigeria, and to achieve academic goal from elementary to university levels.
As a co-founder and pioneer president of Cojosa-North America, Inc., she spear headed the organization’s fund raising strategies and motivated various alumni in promoting academic competition and excellence with annual academic prize awards in Nigeria with girls as beneficiaries. In order to stimulate, inspire and encourage healthy athletic competition amongst students in her alma mata, Tombiri-Ero sponsored athletic prize awards. In 2013 She sponsored the Association of Nigeria Engineers sports competition in Lagos, Nigeria with sports awards for women winners in Track and field
Mary Tombiri-Ero is a frequent speaker at African functions. She lives in Houston Texas, and shares her interest in healthy and productive engagement with everyone.