Chike Nwoffiah, founder of the Silicon Valley African Film Festival, is a graduate of the University of Lagos, Columbia University’s Graduate School of Business INM program and the Hollywood Film Institute. An award winning filmmaker, director and educator, he has received numerous prestigious awards and recognition for his work and contributions to the creative arts. He is a past president of Mountain View Television and currently serves on the boards of the Arts Council Silicon Valley, Chamber of Commerce Mountain View Education Foundation; Alliance for California Traditional Arts, and African Diaspora Network. Nwoffiah was listed as one of the “Top Ten Most Influential African Americans” in the San Francisco Bay Area by CityFlight Magazine in 2000. Chike Nwoffiah is a Senior Fellow of the American Leadership Forum – Silicon Valley and an adjunct professor at Menlo College in Atherton, California where he teaches African and African American History.
He is a guest on the 29th episode of the Ladybrille Woman Podcast Show where he discusses the 6th Annual Silicon Valley African Film Festival. The event takes place October 16-18, 2015.
Ladybrille is a proud sponsor of the 6th Annual Silicon Valley African Film Festival.
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