- ZepheiraPartner, 2007 - present
I'm a Nigerian-American entrepreneur, software engineer and writer who lives near Boulder, Colorado with my wife, three sons and one daughter. I studied Electronic Engineering at The University of Nigeria at Nsukka, and Computer Engineering at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. I was co-founder of Fourthought, Inc. in 1998, which I ran until 2007, when I co-founded Zepheira.
In my spare time I train in martial arts, specializing in AKKI Kenpo, skateboard, snowboard, play and coach soccer, read and write poetry.
- Milwaukee School of EngineeringComputer Engineering, 1992 - 1994
- University of Nigeria, NsukkaElectronic Engineering, 1985 - 1988
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