Adaora Udoji

Adaora Udoji is an award-winning storyteller who produces and manages media at the intersection of emerging technology (digital video, virtual reality and augmented reality).  She’s an adviser of the VRAR Association-NYC Chapter, an adjunct professor at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program and an angel investor.

Adaora worked across both the creative and business sides of television, radio, internet, corporate  and venture capital. Her work has been recognized by:  Inc magazine, Top 20 Tech Speakers 2017, Alfred I. Dupont-Columbia University and Peabody Awards (CNN); The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ABC News); and Essence Magazine named her among the 25 most influential African-Americans. She’s a graduate of the University of Michigan and the UCLA School of Law.




Five Things Every Producer Needs to Know about Virtual Reality

Is VR here to stay? Who is watching it? Is it getting easier to make? Should I be focused on AR (Augmented Reality)? And who is actually making money at this stuff? If you find yourself asking these types of questions, then we hope that you’ll join us for this session, featuring a panel of producers, investors, and journalists intimately familiar with the emerging VR industry.