Courtney Adeleye Net Worth, Bio, Husband, Sister, Story, Alabama, Nigerian

Courtney Adeleye Net Worth, Bio, Husband, Sister, Story, Alabama, Nigerian

Facts about Courtney Adeleye

Net Worth  $6 million
Salary  Over $500 thousand annually
Income Source  Entrepreneur, investor, speaker and philanthropist
Birthday  December 19, 1980
Husband  Adebowale Adeleye (m. 2005)
Sisters Vonetta (deceased), Chalice and Tanya
Residence  Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Height  5 ft 9 inches
Weight  73 kg
Nationality  American
Ethnicity  African-American

Courtney Adeleye Biography and Early Life

Courtney Adeleye is an American entrepreneur, investor, speaker and philanthropist. She was born Courtney Latrice Horne on December 19, 1980 in Detroit, Michigan, United States and she was raised there. She grew up with three sisters named Vonetta (deceased), Chalice and Tanya.

Courtney Adeleye Net Worth

Courtney Adeleye net worth is estimated to be $6 million. She earns over $500 thousand as salary annually. Her net worth and salary amassed due to the success in her career as an entrepreneur, investor, speaker and philanthropist.

Courtney Adeleye Career

Courtney Adeleye is best known for being the founder and Chief executive officer of The Mane Choice, which is a hair and beauty brand. Adeleye previously worked as a registered nurse before delving into fashion and beauty entrepreneurship. Her journey as a hair entrepreneur began in 2013 when she discovered the formula for a deep conditioner that would regrow her color damaged hair. In a bid to publicize her formula, she created a YouTube channel and documented the progress of her hair and she showcased it all on YouTube and after a while, her hair formula gained popularity. She started selling the hair formula from her home but with the help of investors she soon founded The Mane Choice hair and beauty brand. In 2017, she complemented the hair formula by introducing a weight loss supplement and founded Foolproof Body, which is a health and fitness brand.

Apart from being a successful entrepreneur, Adeleye is also a philanthropist, she founded The Courtney Adeleye Foundation in 2015, which is a Charitable organization and she founded the organization in a bid to support her philanthropic efforts and women’s advocacy. Since 2015, Adeleye pays the bills of a stranger in need weekly through the ‘Pay My Bills’ Campaign. She was featured in Entrepreneur magazine and her hair and beauty company has over 20,000 retail stores and over 90 hair treatments and vitamins.

Courtney Adeleye Husband

Courtney Adeleye is married to her husband named Adebowale Adeleye, they married in 2005. Adebowale Adeleye is a retired Nigerian Managing director.

Courtney Adeleye Kids

Courtney Adeleye has three kids named Oluseyi Adeleye (Son), Bailey Adeleye (Daughter) and Lily Adeleye (Daughter).

Courtney Adeleye Sisters

Courtney Adeleye grew up with three sisters named Vonetta (deceased), Chalice and Tanya.

Courtney Adeleye Height and Weight

Courtney Adeleye stands at a height of 5 ft 9 inches. She weighs 73 kg.

Courtney Adeleye Nationality and Ethnicity

Courtney Adeleye is of American nationality. She is of African-American ethnicity.

Courtney Adeleye Residence

Courtney Adeleye resides in Huntsville, Alabama, United States.

Courtney Adeleye Education (High School and College)

Courtney Adeleye studied at Cody High School. She also studied at University of Michigan and graduated in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing.

Social Media Presence

Adeleye has over 400 thousand YouTube channel subscribers, over 1 million Instagram followers, over 100 thousand Twitter followers, over 40 thousand Facebook followers and she is also active on other social media networks.

Controversies, rumours and legal issues

Since coming to limelight as an entrepreneur, investor, speaker and philanthropist, Adeleye hasn’t been linked to any known controversy, rumours and legal issues.

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