Emmanuel Saye Blimie was born in Liberia. He fled from Liberia to Guinea, Ivory Coast, Ghana and eventually United States of America as a mere boy. Emmanuel attended Northeast High School in Philadelphia where he was a speaker for the HIPP program. He shadowed at McNeill Pharmaceutical among others. Emmanuel transferred to Park Center Sr High, ran Track and Field, and captured the Uncommon Sophomore Award. Emmanuel graduated as a STRIVE scholar and attended North Hennepin Community College. At North Hennepin Community College, Emmanuel surmounted an a Poet, and served as a Christian Student Organization leader and received an award for Service. Emmanuel transferred to Southwest Minnesota State University and graduated with a Bachelor's degree. At Southwest, Emmanuel served as a proxy senator and he was then elected to the office of Student Body Vice President without bid for the office amidst predominantly White. Emmanuel enrolled at Nova Southeastern University for masters in management and information systems. At Nova Southeastern University Emmanuel in collaboration with his wife Sumoe Ballah Blimie and nephew Aloysius Street founded Reach Out Locally Together and Educate or ROLTE. Emmanuel is the CEO and founder of ROLTE. Emmanuel is also an author residing in Hollywood, Florida with his wife and son Emmanuel, Jr.