Zim Ugochukwu

Generation Y Change-Maker: Zim Ugochukwu

How Did We Meet? Zim Ugochukwu first moved onto my radar in the summer of 2009 when I mentioned that I would be attending the Campus Progress National Student Conference (CPNC) on Twitter. Almost immediately I received a tweet from @IgniteGSO saying they would be there, too, and that I should check out their project. [...]

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Don’t Treat Me like A College Dropout #2

“The college dropout”. Unless you’re Kanye West or Bill Gates, having this label attributed to you garners only negative attention. To be a college dropout is to be a wasted resource. “It’s a shame to see all that potential go to waste” is what most people say (behind the backs of the people to which [...]

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Non-Profits and Social Media – GenYChat Topic 1/19/11

For this week’s #GenYChat on Non-Profits and Social Media you are getting insight into the questions ahead of time, as well as resources to aid in the discussion. #GenYChat is at 9pm ET on Wednesday 1/19. According to a survey done by Ventureneer and Caliber, • Nonprofits using social media have more tolerance for failure. [...]


Not So Famous Successful People Without College Degrees [CONVERSATION]

Andrew Norcross is a Web Developer and WordPress Designer whom I’ve had the pleasure of getting to know through Twitter. In my many encounters with people over my time on Twitter, I’ve had to question the sincerity and intent of some. I can honestly say I’ve never had to question him. He’s as real as [...]

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