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
Alexei Ivanovsky Educational environment
JK McKnight Forecastle: Music, Art, & Activism
Jesse Kharbanda Why should we take a leadership role on climate change?
Pablo Hannon Shaping our future through creativity
Pezana Rexha "We must act more than talk."
Jorge Vinuales ‘Non-environmental environmental policies’
Fi Scott Are we still allowed to make things?
Amanda Wright The Road to Splore
Olga Kuvshinova Human impact on the environment
Lou Lenzi Care To Collaborate
Poppy and Scotty Pop&Scott
Abhay Adhikari Why Technology Doesn't Replace Empathy
Heather Payne Designing a School from Scratch
Andrew Douglas Urban Farm - Love
María Teresa Viana El Proceso Creativo en la Investigación Científica
What do you care about so much that it cracks your heart open?
I recognized what is important for me in life, it is not necessarily the doing as much as the being; the doing emerges out of the being.
If there's not a free spot in your calendar, there is no room for randomness. It means everything is planned.
They've all these left brain voices, these things that we should be, that we've been programmed with over our entire life span, that, in improv, we want to beat down and encourage people to let go of so that they can start taking risks and play in that place where failure is gonna happen.
I see your genius. Please share your light with the world every day.