Nina Oduro is an entrepreneur, host and facilitator. Her investment in next generation and diaspora leadership growth and networks has helped organizations and individuals maximize their impact for their communities.
Nina has supported research, learning, and innovation initiatives for organizations and businesses, spanning global development organization's like IREX and the International Organization of Migration to the US Embassy in Ghana, as well as Microsoft's Education Ambassador Program.
Nina is co-founder at Dine Diaspora, an agency that connects people and brands to African food culture through experiential marketing and branding services. She has been recognized as a Top 30 Under 30 honoree by Future of Ghana and DAWNer of the Year by the Diaspora African Women’s Network.
Nina's writing has been featured in Black Enterprise Magazine, Cuisine Noir Magazine, and Fields Magazine. She received a Master's in African-American studies with a concentration in African diaspora studies from Columbia University and a Bachelors in political and social thought from the University of Virginia.