Njideka Ofoleta
Njideka Ofoleta is a Administrative Associate for the Center on Media and Child Health (CMCH), where she supports the CMCH team administrative and operational needs. Simultaneously, Njideka also serves as the Clinic Coordinator for the Clinic on Interactive Media and Internet Disorders (CIMAID), managing requests for information and scheduling patients and families for appointments with the CIMAID clinical team.

Njideka is an alum of Hamilton College, where she earned her degree in Communication and Latin American Studies. Prior to joining the CMCH team, Njideka’s interests in equity, community development and philanthropy earned her a position as a Newman’s Own Foundation Digital Media and Community Outreach Fellow at RE-Center (Race and Equity in Education Center), where she supported their educational equity work with Hartford Public Schools by providing operational and developmental support. Shortly thereafter, her passion for global engagement led her to the realm of international education with CAPA, the Global Education Network. Her budding passion for public health and policy, research and philanthropy has brought her here to the CMCH team.