Mr. Uzoma Okoro is an entrepreneur, engineer, professional creative (producer), and of course, family man. He has worked in electrical engineering for over 10 years and, with high-level management skills he picked up along the way, started his own business Eco-Alpha Environmental Services in Roseville, CA, which has been in operation for over 2 years now. While his day-to-day takes up much of his time, he stated in late 2017 that he does hope to produce another short film one day (if you haven't seen his, check out 'Moses by Uzoma Okoro' on YouTube or Vimeo. Contact Uzoma on his website at https://uzomaokoro.com/contact
Uzoma’s CreativeMornings activity
Kirk Pereira Thank You Water
Kaari Mattila Compassion in the Context of Finnish Human Rights
Abhinandan Sekhri Ankon Mitra From hand to heart
Omer Masood Qureshi The Mortality of Design
Doa Bugis Doa Bugis
Ashley Hawkins Ashley Hawkins - Death
Chris Parks Become Yourself [Death]
Christine Süssmann on Death
Alejandro Chaoul Dr. Alejandro Chaoul on the topic of "death"
kim daewoo generalist, 제주에서 복합문화공간을 꿈꾸다
YOU HEE JUNG 이심전심 지구생명공생법
Paola Mendoza Artists... We Need You
Wade Hinton Survival Takes Purpose
Julieta Habif No hay amores chiquitos, hay amores.
Diversity is a tough word, I think we all have a general sense of what that word means, but in terms of how I approach it on a day to day basis is that's an end goal. That's what I want to get to. Inclusion is the way that I get there.
Diversity doesn't just apply to women, it just does not apply to people of color, it also applies to people who have disabilities or abilities or are older.
When we box ourselves too tightly into a single identity or career path, we deprive ourselves of the nutrient necessary to remain connected to the world around us. We are lacking in vitamin curiosity.
Desconectar para reconectar con la gente
Cada que la gente se convoca alrededor de un libro, algo bueno pasa
You gotta let people see what it is you are, what you do. You can't create things and leave it in the basement.