Entrepreneur | Global storyteller
Adaora Udoji is the founder of outLoud inc, a technology and digital public speaking platform. She’s an award-winning global storyteller and broadcast journalist who spend a dozen years at CNN, ABC News and public radio. She served as interim president of News Deeply, a digital native media startup that created SyriaDeeply.com, which Time Magazine, called “The Future of News,” as well as, Eboladeeply.com.
Her name is a Nigerian one, meaning daughter of all. For the past dozen years, Adaora Udoji, has made good on that name’s promise as a global nomad having lived or spent extensive amounts of time on four continents, North America, Africa, Europe and Central Asia/the Middle East.
She’s an angel investor, lawyer and writer on communicating in a digital age. Her new take on public speaking combines life-long experiences of her broadcast career along with her experiences conducting popular pitching::presenting::speaking workshops for universities, corporations, global law firms, financial institutions and media companies.
She’s been published on Medium.com, MSNBC.com, Essence.com and CNN.com, among others. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the U.C.L.A School of Law; and a proud citizen of both the United States and Ireland.
Once an aspiring competitive ice skater, today she sticks to yoga and biking.
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