18 Facts About Adaora Udoji


Adaora Udoji was born on December 30,1967 and is a media innovator, producer and investor who produces content at the intersection of emerging technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence.


Adaora Udoji is an adviser to VR-AR Association-NYC Chapter, an adjunct professor at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program at the Tisch School of the Arts, and an occasional investor.


Adaora Udoji has served as a board-member of the Montclair Film Festival and the Women's Advisory Board at NBCUniversal.


Adaora Udoji was a Woodrow Wilson fellow and subsequently founded the Boshia Group, a network of content and operational strategists, producers and storytellers.


Adaora Udoji is among a small group of journalists who have worked in network and cable news, as well as public radio.


Adaora Udoji is on the list of 20 Black Angels Worth Knowing For Minority Startups.


Adaora Udoji earned a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Michigan.

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Adaora Udoji covered the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the Vatican, the world economy and sporting events like the British Open and the Tour De France.


Adaora Udoji contributed to Good Morning America, World News Weekend and ABC Radio.


Adaora Udoji has contributed to Good Morning America, World News Weekend and ABC Radio.


Adaora Udoji has written extensively on the topics of being a Nigerian woman, beating cancer, and Hurricane Katrina.


Adaora Udoji is an angel investor who graduated from the Pipeline Fellowship program.


Adaora Udoji was a member of the CNN news team covering Hurricane Katrina in and around New Orleans, Louisiana, for which the network won a Peabody Award.


Adaora Udoji was among the team at ABC News awarded a Cine Golden Eagle award for an ABC News documentary on death row.


In 2009, Adaora Udoji was named one of the 25 Most Influential African Americans by Essence Magazine.


Adaora Udoji was invited to participate in the Jones of New York Little Book Campaign.


Adaora Udoji is a recipient of the Forty Under Forty Achievement Award by the Network Journal.


Adaora Udoji has been a featured presenter for MIT Solve, Producers Guild of America-East, Games for Change Festival, NYC Media Lab, Microsoft, Panasonic, BinderCon, Versions, ARInAction, Girls Who Code, the StartUp Institute NYC, the New York Women Social Entrepreneurs, ACLU, New York Women in Film and Television, the Feminist Press, the Council of Urban Professionals, Internet Week NYC, SXSW and the New York Women in Communications Foundation.