Actor & producer, Founder & CEO, Hissbox
Telling African Stories: Power, History, Demand and Finance
An exploration of the growth and impact of the African film and TV industry, as African content gets more attention globally. A conversation with key people responsible for this shift, are within the shift, and are navigating the shift through current and future strategies.
Nigerian-American Chinecherem Eze is an investor, actress, and film producer. She is the founder and CEO of Hissbox, an online streaming and content distribution platform primarily focused on telling untold or neglected stories. She also founded a beauty-niched multi-vendor online marketplace alongside with franchises across the nation.
She was recognized and honored with the Outstanding Professional of the Year Award by the United States Congresswoman Karen Bass for her outstanding achievements in business having moved to the United States as a 20 year old immigrant from Nigeria, and within three years of start-up her company, while also serving as a Reservist with the United States Army.
Eze has produced and starred in several short films and TV shows.
She studied Political Science and Theatre Arts at the University of California, Los Angeles and currently serves in the United States Army Reserve.