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Ogechi Oparah ’13

Ogechi Oparah

While at Princeton, Ogechi Oparah danced with DiSiac Dance Company, served as a project coordinator with the Pace Center for Civic Engagement, and earned her degree in sociology. She then returned to her hometown of Fayetteville, Georgia, ran for school board, and led two civic organizations. Ogechi has coordinated district-wide arts and professional development opportunities for teachers at the Woodruff Arts Center. She has also provided data analysis and editing support to online graduate students. In 2017, she was selected to be a National Urban Fellow. During her fellowship, Ogechi studied the learning environment of United Way of Greater Cleveland and supported their executive team with strategic plan metrics and reporting. She graduated with her Master of Public Administration from the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs at Baruch College, CUNY in July of 2018. She looks forward to pursuing a career in organizational leadership and development.

Events

She Roars 2011 Student Panel: Where Are They Now?

Saturday, October 6

They’re back! Revisit the participants of the She Roars 2011 student panel as these young alumnae share the trials and triumphs of their post-grad life.

Moderated by:

Elizabeth L. Colagiuri *99, Deputy Dean of the College

Panelists:

Elizabeth Borges ’11, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Leader, GitHub

Megan DeBettencourt *16, Post-Doctoral Scholar, Institute for Mind and Biology, University of Chicago

Catherine Ettman ’13, Chief of Staff and Director of Strategic Development, Office of the Dean, Boston University School of Public Health

Ogechi Oparah ’13, National Urban Fellow


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