As an entrepreneur and creative, Ezinne consciously integrates artistic expression with social good.  She has over 10 years of experience in the digital space, having worked in cross-platform ad trafficking and social media account management for such companies as AOL, StepLeader Digital, Ziff Davis Media, Forbes and Soul de Cuba Cafe.  She has also held internship and volunteer positions with HBO, New Line Cinema, and the Cubanakoa Foundation. As a writer, her work has appeared in American Salon, Huffington Post’s BlackVoices, and Madame Noire. Ezinne is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of Arts with a Bachelors Degree in Film and TV.  Ezinne is the co-Founder of National Conversation on Race (NCOR), a 501( c ) (3) nonprofit and the co-Founder and former Managing Director of Afropolitan Legacy Theatre, a film and theater collective.  Ezinne previously served on the board of Ukomadu Foundation, a nonprofit headquartered in the culturally-rich city of Houston Texas.  She is currently working on her first book, set for release in 2017 and completing a J.D. with a focus on International Law and Human Rights.