Eziaku Nwokocha is an American Aerobics Association International (AAAI) certified personal trainer and an avid group fitness and Spinning enthusiast.
Eziaku is also a William Fontaine Fellow of Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. She graduated with honors from University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.A. in Black Studies and Feminist Studies, where she was a Ronald E. McNair Scholar. She also holds a Masters of Theological Studies with a concentration in African and African American Religions from Harvard Divinity School. She was featured in the Harvard Divinity Bulletin Magazine; Summer/Autumn 2013 edition titled, “An Equilibrist Vodou Goddess.” Her research interests include African Diasporic religions, Black feminism, gender, sexuality, and lived religion, especially in Haiti and Montreal, Canada.
Eziaku rowed all four years on the Varsity Women's team at UCSB. She also coached novice and junior varsity women’s' team for Philadelphia City Rowing, whose main mission was to empower local public school students through the sport of rowing.
She encourages women of all shapes and sizes to accept and become the best version of themselves through the different forms of exercise (muscular strength, cardiovascular fitness, and endurance).