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
You have to be light. Light attracts.
If you look at culture as the root for a new framework that provides an opportunity for communities to build an impact policy in ways that create social, educational, economic and environmental impacts that open up opportunities for communities, you're looking at healthier, more robust communities. And artists can play an integral role in that as being catalysts using social capital to leverage and bring folks together.
Everything that happened in my life came about through people asking the question and exploring 'what if.' We're in a world right now where we can focus a lot on what is. But I want to challenge you in home, in work, in your communities to really explore 'what if'—what if you took the time to leverage your experience, your opportunity, to make communities in this world healthier and better for all.
Michael Hulslander STEM to STEAM
Dr. Jennifer R. Cohen Transformative Moments: My STEM Journey
Laura Montoya Fighting for Equity
Laura Montoya Q&A with Laura Montoya
Aly Khalifa design.gamil.com
Cathy Deng Embrace Pure Randomness
Tim Hasse Entrepreneurs
Michael Ventura Take Chances to Embrace Serendipity
Alejandro Magallanes La serendipia en la ilustración
Frederick Eliezer Gaghauna Meet Serendipity, the art of exercising your guilty pleasure
Sarah Lancaster Sew Love
Gaspar Sanchis Más allá no existe, solo existe "ahora"
Mathew Chow Initiating Change
Miaser Al-Habori Reclaiming and Recycling is the Future
Thomas Kerting L'air de rien, l'air c'est tout
Olivier Demers-Dubé & Julien Le Net La survie alimentaire et culturelle
Najahyia Chinchilla Minimalism