Ofo Ezeugwu is Co-Founder and CEO of WhoseYourLandlord, a platform empowering and informing the rental community through landlord reviews, community focused content, and through providing housing literacy for residents. He graduated from Temple University, where he was the VP ofthe student body and also the youngest alumni convocation speaker in the school's history. He was recently recognized as the Young Professional of the Year by the African American Chamber of Commerce (2018), he's a Techstars' Risingstar, one of BET's #30Under30, a Black Enterprise: Modern Man, and his work has been featured in Forbes, TechCrunch, Newsweek, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Blavity, The New York Post, and more. Ofo is also a professional actor and model who's walked in NYFW (5x), been featured on the Today Show (7x), and worked with Nike, ESPN (2x), and Alfani.
Ofo is very actively plugged into the community and speaks with local high schools and middle schools on leadership, college planning, entrepreneurship, and life skills. He's a Big in the Big Brothers Big Sisters entrepreneurial program. And, he's also spoken on tech - entrepreneurship - and leadership at prestigious locations and universities such as The White House, Harvard, Princeton, Columbia, Wharton, Temple, Villanova, etc. He lives by the motto, "No steps backward; just forward progress."
Nik Korablin is the CTO of WhoseYourLandlord. He has been in front of a computer screen for the majority of his life, working on websites back in the days of dial up. He enjoys making things and solving problems, whether they be with a computer or with his hands. His professional career started early on, working as a freelance web developer throughout high school and college. He graduated from Temple University in 2013 with a degree in Information Science & Technology. From there he worked at Vanguard as a Java developer before coming on to WYL full-time.
When not typing away on a keyboard, Nik enjoys being outside and driving his car.
Kelley Green is the Director of Communications of WhoseYourLandlord and the Co-host of the platforms Take Ownership Podcast. She attended The University of Bridgeport, where she graduated Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, completed the University’s invitation-only Honors Program, and was the President of the University’s chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success.
Kelley is a published Author, Empowerment Coach, and Certified Yoga Instructor. She specializes in helping empower millennial women, around the world, to love themselves, improve their wellness practice, and become purpose-driven female entrepreneurs who use their passions and purpose to create influential brands.
When she's not empowering communities, she's somewhere with family or friends, likely laughing and dancing to Beyoncé.
Andre Ezeugwu is an actor and media mogul empowering African-American youth to use their unique strengths to achieve success in their careers and all aspects of their lives. His enthusiastic perspective, tireless passion and tenacious disposition have enabled Andre to achieve much success and gain firsthand experience he now shares with others.
Andre is a native of Paterson, NJ, and graduate of Albright College with a liberal arts degree in Music Business & Theatre, Andre has over 10 years of acting, sales and marketing experience. He was named one of "The Future African American Leaders In Radio" by RADIO INK. He currently sits on the board of his family non-profit Just Heart Help, is the President and CEO of Ifodige Productions, Inc. and holds the title of Senior Integrated Marketing Specialist for Radio One - a division of the Urban One corporation.