About the Nigerian Students Association

Founded in 2004 by a group of Nigerian undergraduate students, the Harvard College Nigerian Students has grown both in numbers and respect to become one of the leading organizations for students on campus. Based on the common culture and values of Nigerian and Nigerian American students on campus, the NSA has not only created a community for Nigerians to come together, but has also spread an appreciation for the Nigerian culture throughout campus through various activities and events.

 

2018-2019 NSA Board

President: Toluwalase Oladitan ’20
 
Vice President: Ifeoma Whitethorpe ’21
 
Social Chairs: Ifeoma Okoli ’21 and Kevin Ogonuwe ’21
 
Treasurer: Ike Okereke ’21
 
Community Liaison: Chiamaka Obilo ’21
 
Secretary: Juliet Nwagwu Ume-Ezeoke ’21
 
Parliamentarian: Uzochi Nwoko ’20
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