About

CEO | Entrepreneur

From Corporate to Purpose…

Crystal Ngumezi is the CEO/Founder of The Proverbs 31 Women’s Organization, a Business Owner, and an Entrepreneur from Houston, TX. 

Raised by Nigerian immigrant parents, Crystal started her journey pursuing her creative gifts in songwriting, dance and mathematics, to later pursue a career in mechanical engineering after receiving her B.S. degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio. After a radical experience with God in 2014 that changed her life forever, Crystal left her corporate position as a manager at a Fortune 500 Company to follow God into a new career path of entrepreneurship. Over the past 6 years, Crystal has created brands that have allowed her to mentor and minister to hundreds of women across the country, gain partnerships with companies like Microsoft, Steve Madden, and Target, and generate 7-streams of revenue online. Working in partnership with God to live in her purpose, Crystal has devoted her life to helping other women do the same through her online Coaching Program, “Brand Your Biz Academy,” her online ministry, “The Modern Day P31 Woman Podcast,” and her mentorship program for underserved teen girls, “P31 Academy”.

What Female Mentorship

Means to Me…

To me, female mentorship means having a female advisor and/or accountability partner that is going to stretch you mentally, educationally, and spiritually. I believe a mentor should enhance your quality of life in some way by expanding your capacity.

The best mentors I’ve had have inspired me, and evoked some kind of positive change in my life that led me further towards purpose. I believe female mentors should evoke this same kind of change in the lives of young women, and this is why I created my nonprofit organization, The Proverbs 31 Women’s Organization.

How My Work is

Making an Impact…

I share a lot of my personal testimony and journey through my content as a Creative Professional. I have “highlight moments” that make me feel like I’m making an impact in my career when people reach out to me about how I’ve impacted them in some way.

Whether through sharing my story online as a Content Creator, helping women start new brands and businesses as a Coach, speaking life into others, or mentoring young girls as a Nonprofit CEO, I know that my life is making an impact because of these personal testimonies. I feel like the life of a Creator is to make the kind of art that inspires and impacts the world – and I feel like I’m doing that in my own way.