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Green Festival Speakers

Agrippa Ezoso

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Agrippa O. Ezozo is the Founder and President of The African Diaspora Foundation, former Co-Chair of the California delegation to the National Summit on Africa (Washington, D.C.), a Benefits Analyst at the office of Benefits Services at Campus Human Resources at UCLA, publisher of the Black Church Review magazine; and Past Executive Director of the League of Patriotic Nigerians in Los Angeles, CA. He was born in Nigeria where he earned a degree in public education from Wudil Teacher's College in Kano State, Nigeria, and subsequently became a teacher at Kundila Primary School in Kano, Nigeria before moving to California in 1981. He is a graduate of California State University at Dominguez Hills with a B.S. in Computer Information Systems, and UCLA with a M.A. in African Areas Studies with a concentration in Public Policy. .