Ngozi Ugochukwu is a creative practitioner in a wide range of disciplines.
Ngozi has been active as a member of BECTU Black Members sub-committee for over ten years. Campaigning for employers to undertake equality monitoring, setting targets and publish that data as well as having a specific focus on race equality.
Ngozi has been at the BBC since 2011 working within Children’s broadcasting her role has covered journalism, researching, directing, content producing for apps and editing.
Ngozi trained as a video editor and studied at International School of Film and TV in Cuba. Then went on to produce, direct and edit a documentary about her travels and experience in Cuba. Which won an award and was shown internationally in film festivals.
In addition to her work in the broadcast media, for the past year, Ngozi has been working with 'Manchester International Festival' through the People’s Forum. A forum that advises, informs and helped the development of 'MIF' and 'The Factory' from the perspective of residents living and working in Greater Manchester. Within the last month she was appointed on the board for MIF.
She is also on the advisory board of Documental Theatre a South West of England based company that produces new writing theatre and audio work from found words, encounters with people who've lived the story and academic research with a socially engaged slant.