Rose Ntube Ngole has worked as a broadcast clerk and journalist at the Cameroon Radio and Television Corporation (CRTV) from 1992-2005. She was host of Under the Roof, a talk show program that focused on social, health, and educational issues such as literacy, barriers to girl-child education, girl-child neglect, under-age marriage, child labor, female genital mutilation and other harmful traditional practices affecting the reproductive health of women and girls in Cameroon. Ntube Ngole is a motivational speaker and educator working for the District of Columbia Public Schools. She has an intense passion to serve children with special needs through teaching and advocacy. She is a born-again Christian whose faith has been tested through fiery trials, personal setbacks and tragedies. Ntube Ngole uses her life's experiences to encourage Christians to be resilient in the face of adversity. She undoubtedly believes that God is still in the business of performing miracles. She is a living testimony to that truth. She holds B.A degrees in English and Journalism from the University of Yaounde, and a M. Ed degree in Educational Leadership from Howard University in Washington DC. Rose Ntube Ngole is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Educational Administration and Policy and a graduate non-degree program in special education at Howard University School of Education. She resides in Washington DC with her children.