Ngozi Onyioha .O.

is an author whose works include The Accused, The Condemned, The Reprieved, The Knots of Karma and the very popular Teenager at War. She is a graduate of the University of North Alabama in the United States of America wh she attained a BA in English Literature and an MA in Secondary School Administration. She’s written for newspaper publications such as ThisDay Daily Newspaper and was recently awarded the title the “Flora Nwapa Female Writer of the Year” by the Association of Nigerian Authors (ANA). She’s a mother of two children (Amaka M. Onyioha and Uba Onyioha) and resides in Nigeria.

Email: info@afrostylemag.com Article: “I Love You More Than My Garri and Soup: Dating Then and Now”

Ngoma Evelyn Iroabuchi-Moghalu

graduated magna-cum-kaude from Howard University, Class of 2002. In her senior year, Ngoma was inducted into both the Phi Beta Kappa and Golden Key Honor Societies. She was an Honors student and on the Dean’s List for four years in a roll. She interned and worked as a staff at the Ralph J. Bunche International Affairs Center, Howard University. As a Patricia Roberts Harris Fellow, she interned on Capitol Hill in the office of the 107th Congress Committee on International Relations. Upon completion of her thesis defense, she graduated on May 10, 2008 with a Masters of Arts degree in Mass Communications and Media Studies from Howard University. Ngoma’s goal in life is to be one of the most influential Nigerian American women in mass media. She is happily married to Ikechukwu M. Moghalu and adores her son Keneolisa S. Moghalu. Ngoma and her family currently reside in Katy, Texas, U.S.A.

Email: afrostyle-mag@live.com  Article(s): “Long Beach Museum of Arts”    “The Choose Haiti Bracelet”

Kamal Nkele

is a graduate of Xavier and Tulane Universities with a BA in Sales/Marketing and MA in Finance. Known as a true leader in many circles, Kamal is an up and coming mind in the world of hip hop. As CEO of Fly or Die and Royalty of Tomorrow Entertainment, he plans to introduce a newer worldly style of hip hop to mainstream entertainment which would make the Kings and Queens of his heritage (Nigerian) and other heritages proud.

Email: royaltyoftomorrow@gmail.com Article: “Movies, Books, Music Reviews”

M. Okpaleke

is a lawyer based in Nigeria. She discovered her passion for controversy at a young age.

Blog: www.madphury.blogspot.com Article: “I Make My Own Rules”

Nneka Ezekwueche

was born in Brooklyn, New York with roots stemming from Eastern Nigeria. She is a graduate of Howard University School of Pharmacy and currently is enrolled in medical school at Ross University School of Medicine. Prior to her career in healthcare, Nneka actively indulged herself in performing arts including ballet, tap, jazz, and West African dance where she choreographed and performed at several venues and events. Nneka has a natural love for art, art history, fashion, healthcare, and community service and gives thanks to God for family, friends and opportunity to serve others.

Email: afrostyle-mag@live.com Article: “AfroBeauty: African Body Art”

Amber Henry

is a native of Los Angeles, CA and a proud UCLA graduate. She is the General Manager of The SkyVision Group, a company that specializes in corporate, government, nonprofit, entertainment, and sports management consulting services.

Email: ahifeanyi@theskyvisiongroup.com, Website: www.theskyvisiongroup.com Articles: “Who’s Who” “AfroTravel: All on Board to Madagascar”