Express Igbo Executive Board consists of an elected group of highly skilled individuals who govern, guild and plan the affairs of the organization.
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Toochi is a New York and DC barred attorney. As an international trade associate, she counsels private equity firms and corporations and conducts due diligence related to their day-to-day operations. In the past, she co-chaired the Africa programs in the Association of Women in International Trade. Toochi received her J.D. from Columbia Law School and her B.A. in International Affairs from George Washington University, where she minored in Mandarin Chinese. She speaks Mandarin Chinese fluently.
Uche love most things Igbo and is really excited to serve as Historian on the executive board. She is a Washington DC native. She is currently working in healthcare leading practice improvement and healthcare transformation efforts.
The poeticism of the language and the strength of the Igbo culture keeps her going.
Ndewo! I’m Chidinma Adiele. I’m from Abia State, specifically Ngwa Land. I have a Bachelor’s in Biology from Kennesaw State University. In my free time, I like to travel, play the piano, and watch YouTube.
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Director of Funds Development
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Director of Digital Initiatives
A former participant in the Express Igbo classes, Kem joined the executive board in the summer of 2020. Kem is proud of his roots in Imo State and hopes to inspire and aid those who want to reconnect with Igbo traditions. He currents works in the Tech Industry.
Director of Marketing and Communications
Celeste’s family is from Abuja State and Anambra State. She has been on the executive board since 2019. Celeste is a college student attending the University of Maryland in College Park. She believes that with her position, she can really share the culture of Nigeria through the mission of Express Igbo.
Deputy Director of Digital Initiatives
Nkiru's has been a part of Express Igbo since 2014. Express Igbo and the preservation of the Igbo language is a passion of hers. She currently works as a Software Engineer.
Payman Azadi is a first generation Iranian American who was born, raised and currently lives in Maryland. He currently works as a Senior Accountant at Saggar and Rosenberg, P.C. He is passionate about service and considers it to be a core tenant of his faith. He is passionate about history and learning about different cultures. He was introduced to ExpressIgbo through his wife. Since then, he helped in the grant writing process before officially joining the board. He is excited and committed to the work of Express Igbo and is happy that he can use his skill sets in accounting to support the team. He is also looking forward to Express Igbo's beginner class so that his entire family will be multilingual.
Director of Education and Product Development
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