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- Schwarzman Scholar at Tsinghua University
- BA (Hons) Business Management from African Leadership University
- Founder and Publisher at Kenga
- Stanford GSB
- Harvard Business School
Arinze Obiezue is a researcher whose work across culture, policy, and design helps document and propel the youth creative renaissance in Africa. He’s currently the founder and publisher of Kenga, a contemporary Afro Gen Z culture publication, where he seeks to tell better stories of Africa and her youth through insight-rich editorials and data reports. Arinze was previously a content designer at Meta, where he worked on product features on Facebook and Instagram that helped limit the spread of sensitive content. He graduated valedictorian of his class with a first-class honours degree in Business Management from the African Leadership University (ALU) in Mauritius, where he was part of the inaugural class, followed by a master’s degree in Global Affairs from Tsinghua University, where he was a Schwarzman Scholar and a China Oceanwide Fellow. Arinze is a recipient of The Diana Award and was a judge in 2021 for the award created in honour of the Late Princess Diana. Having received admissions from Harvard Business School and Stanford Graduate School of Business, Arinze is set to join the Stanford MBA Class of 2026 to further his business education.
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