Nosa Garrick


A product from around the Globe, but loudly repping Nigeria, Nosarieme Garrick is a writer, activist, film maker and entrepreneur doing her part to see the advancement of the African continent. As a writer, she followed the African culture beat contributing articles to Afripop!, MTV Staying Alive Foundation, Women’s Enews, Sahara Reporters, and CNN’s Amanpour blog. In 2010, she founded Vote or Quench, to educate young Nigerians on the importance of their vote in Nigerian elections, and spearheaded the  live production of What About Us the first youth centered presidential debate. Since founding Vote or Quench, she interned with the Economist Group, and now writes, directs, and produces My Africa Is, an online documentary series which tells the stories of young people, living, thriving and inspiring on the African continent.