Wall Street Analyst turned Community Builder/Entrepreneur
Chijioge “Chi” Nwogu is a Nigerian born, New York City raised, Community Builder/Entrepreneur.
An alumni of Prep for Prep, Choate Rosemary Hall and Brown University, Chi received his Masters of Business Administration at the University of North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School in 2018 where he was a Consortium Scholar, Dean’s Fellow, Adams Apprentice, 2x Legacy Cup champion (legacy captain), and Community Core Value Award winner. He was awarded the inaugural Adams Alumni Pioneer Award in 2020 for his work within the UNC community and beyond.
Chi is passionate about sports, game-based learning, and mentorship, and he has found various ways to incorporate these passions into life. Currently, Chi is the co-founder/CEO of GameFlo, a black-owned gaming company designing culturally-relevant games, from card games to digital experiences. Since obtaining his MBA in 2018, Chi has mentored over 200 student-entrepreneurs, and continues to do so in his role as Professor of the Practice of Strategy and Entrepreneurship.