Enuma Okoro is a Nigerian-American award-winning writer, international speaker and content creator. She has written four books of nonfiction, and her essays and articles have been featured in The New York Times, The UK Guardian, The US Guardian, The Atlantic Monthly, The Washington Post, Quartz Africa and other media portals. Okoro writes on issues of identity and belonging, and explores cultural narratives and shifting cultural landscapes. In June 2012, She had the honor of being the first woman of African descent to speak at the historic 200-year old American Church in Paris, France, where in October, 1965, Martin Luther King, Jr. was the first man of African descent to speak. In 2014, she delivered a TEDx Talk in London on Cultural Collisions. Okoro recently relocated to Nigeria where she continues to write and consult.