Chike C. Nwoffiah, born July 22, 1965, is a Nigerian film director, producer, and arts consultant. In 2000, City Flight Magazine named him one of the “Top Ten Most Influential African Americans” in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Early Life and Education
Chike Nwoffiah was born in the southeast region of Nigerian where he was raised and had his early education before moving to the United States.
Nwoffiah attended Government College, Umuahia, and the University of Lagos, Before relocating to the US to attend the Columbia University Graduate School of Business (INM) and the Hollywood Film Institute,
He served as executive director of the Oriki Theater in California as well as president of the Rhesus Media Group.
He worked as an adjunct professor at Menlo College in California. Nwoffiah served as the founding member of C3 Media in Abuja, Nigeria. The Silicon Valley African Film Festival was directed by him.
- A Killing in Choctaw
- Every Drop Counts
- Growing Black in America
- Jamaica – Spirit of Enterprise
- A Prayer for the Inauguration
- Sabar – life is a dance!
- A Jewel in History
- Wake Up Africa
Despite not having revealed his wife’s identify, Chike Nwoffiah is married. He keeps his family off of social media. He is currently living in the United States with his family.
Chike Nwoffiah is a talented and famous Nigerian filmmaker and arts consultant who has an estimated net worth of about $500,000.