Publisher and social activist in the United States
Nakia Ngwala, a human resources professional, is the co-creator and publisher of the high-octane crime thriller Kill Irish, the NAACP Image Awards nominated novel Congo: Spirit of Darkness, and the Amazon Bestseller ABC: Robots of the Alphabet Planet and 123: Robots of the Numeric Planet. She is the co-founder of Genet Press and Ragstone Films, a company that seeks to forge partnerships with film investors, producers and financiers to produce TV and feature films. She has several years of experience in project management and administration and is developing Genet's intellectual properties into fully fledged commercial properties and franchises.
Nakia holds an MBA from the Forbes School of Business and Technology at the University of Arizona Global Campus, and is a graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Russian Language and Literature with a minor in business administration.
Aside from managing Genet Press and Ragstone Films with her husband, Mayi Ngwala, Nakia is involved in her community where she has served in various capacities, and recently served as Maryland State Governor appointed Review Board Member with the Maryland Department of Human Resources' Citizens Review Board for Children.