Last week on the We Go Boldly Podcast we did a deep dive into the origin of personal faith. The who, what, where, when, and why of faith. This week we continue the conversation on faith and transformation with a wonderful guest and we are proud to say a new friend of the show, Bunmi Emenanjo. 

Our conversation twists and turns from the personal to the professional, the sweet and the sad. We laugh, cry, get deep into the weeds of how we replenish ourselves when our faith feels a little dried up, and everything in between. You will definitely want to listen in as we continue to talk about the origin of faith and transformation on today’s episode. 

An ethics attorney with a science background, Bunmi Emenanjo has a career that spans 18 years moving fluidly between the legal and biotechnology world. Her diverse experiences include regulatory policy work in emerging sciences such as nanotechnology and synthetic biology at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, ethics law at the Food and Drug Administration, and most recently she served as Legal Counsel in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.

A mother to three Nigerian-American children, she founded Atlas Book Club, a book subscription box company focused on globally diverse children’s books, as part of her efforts to ensure that her children remain connected with their African heritage and continue to develop a global awareness by exploring the world through literature.

As a student of authenticity and vulnerability, Bunmi studies the teachings of experts, such as, Brene Brown and Pema Chodron, incorporating these lessons into daily life. She is an avid reader and culture seeker, and believes that a curious mind, a yearning for constant learning, a fearless pursuit of your purpose, and an active practice of giving and gratitude are key to living your best life.

For more about all of Bunmi’s incredible work at the Atlas Book Club you can find her on IG @atlasbookclub or on FB @ Atlas Book Club or online @

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