TruSpot, an African music streaming service, has announced the appointment of Cynthia Tinuke Nwachukwu as Chief Operating Officer and its newest board member.
Nwachukwu is a digital media guru who hails from Omo-Nna Productions where she serves as president. She began her career in 2010, leaving her job at Cellular Mechanotransduction & Biomaterials Lab to join a start-up solar engineering and planning company, which was later was acquired.
She continued building her career in media by founding Omo-Nna Productions, where she runs operations while building digital media partnerships with brands.
Attending the University of Florida in 2004, she later went on to earn her BSc in Biomedical Science, MSc in Biomedical Engineering, MSc in Engineering Management and Graduate Certificate in Technology Management at the University of South Florida.
“Cynthia’s professional skills and experience in the media industry from both the public relations and operations side will serve to further push TruSpot’s position as one of Africa’s top-tier music services and technology innovator” said Ike Orizu, CEO at TruSpot.
According to the company, it has pioneered the African digital music industry eight (8) years ago and has contributed to the African technology scene.
Orizu concluded by saying: “We believe by bringing Nwachukwu into the company, we will restructure internally to better serve our products to users globally, we’ve got a whole world to expose African entertainment to with TruSpot, and we are super-excited about the future moves we are about to make and our new amazing partner-in-crime.”