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August 2016: Profiling young Africans making a difference
We all love to brag about our children. We all want them to know that we are proud of them. Well here is your chance!
In our upcoming August 2016 printed issue of Amoize magazine, a list of more than 100 African young adults making a difference in the United States of America, will be compiled by Amoize magazine editors. The selection will feature young business owners, doctors, pastors, lawyers, Engineers, philanthropist, fashion designers, artists, event planners. They should be between the ages of 21 to 35 to qualify.
To compile our list, we are asking Parents/Uncles/Aunties/Friends to nominate people that you know that are making a difference in the society. If they are chosen, we will then contact them and interview them. One individual will win a spot on the cover page.
We want their:
What they are doing right now
Why you think that they should be featured.
Christian Nwachukwu Jr. serves in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Public Affairs as the Deputy Director of Speechwriting. Prior to joining HUD, Christian was an Obama Administration appointee to the Corporation for National and Community Service, where he served as the agency’s Director of Speechwriting and Editorial Content. Christian is an alumnus of the Bloomberg Administration, having served both as senior speechwriter to the Chair of the New York City Housing Authority and as speechwriter to former New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. Christian graduated from Morehouse College, where he studied biology.
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