Chinedu Ezeocha, Sr. is the Founder/Editor of The Ezeocha Post. He holds a master’s degree in international politics from the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom. Prior to his current job with The Ezeocha Post, Mr. Ezeocha has served as the Founder/Coordinator of the Nigeria Students Society, University of Manchester, an organization that he conceived and established to address exclusive academic and social needs of the Nigerian student. As a Program Officer for Democracy and Good Governance with Forward Africa, a non-profit based in Imo State, Nigeria, Mr. Ezeocha stretched the reach of his office to secure funds from donor organizations in order to execute rural developmental projects such as clean water wells in communities in Imo State. He also oversaw the PACT-funded project of establishing engagement for effective representation between communities in all five southeastern states of Nigeria and their elected representatives at both the state and federal levels of government.
Mr. Ezeocha was a visiting fellow of the Cato Institute, a think tank based in Washington DC and attended Cato Institute’s 29th Annual Monetary Conference in 2011 where he robbed minds on fiscal policies with Congressman Ron Paul of Texas and World Bank President Bob Zoellick. He has interviewed Ambassador John Campbell of the Council on Foreign Relations and is a friend of the United States Government. When he is not blogging, Chinedu works as a research engineer at a composite pipe manufacturing company in Houston, Texas where he resides with his family.