Agrippa O. Ezozo is the Founder and President of The African Diaspora Foundation, former Co-Chair of the California delegation to the National Summit on Africa (Washington, D.C.), a Benefits Analyst at the office of Benefits Services at Campus Human Resources at UCLA, publisher of the Black Church Review magazine; and Past Executive Director of the League of Patriotic Nigerians in Los Angeles, CA.

He was born in Nigeria where he earned a degree in public education from Wudil Teacher's College in Kano State , Nigeria , and subsequently became a teacher at Kundila Primary School in Kano , Nigeria before moving to California in 1981. He is a graduate of California State University at Dominguez Hills with a B.S. in Computer Information Systems, and UCLA with a M.A. in African Areas Studies with a concentration in Public Policy.

As president of the UCLA Black Faculty and Staff Association (BFSA), in 1991 he led and organized numerous events including a conference entitled, "Bridging the Gap between Africans and African-Americans." In September 1995 he organized the African Diaspora Conference event with special guest Father Carlos Matsinhi of Mozambique , the special envoy for Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

In 1997, he organized and hosted a 6,500 plus participant religious conference at UCLA Pauley Pavilion entitled "A Change Is Going to Come" with Bishop T.D. Jakes and Bishop Noel Jones. And in 1999, he worked to host the Nigerian Women's Soccer Team (The Nigerian Falcons) during the Federal International Football Association (FIFA) games in Los Angeles . He is married to Wanda Ezozo and has two children, Aaron Oke Ezozo and Zola Uzezi Ezozo.

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