Adaeze was born in southeastern Nigeria but spent the majority of her life in Boston, Massachusetts. She graduated from Dartmouth College where she double majored in Government and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. She also spent a semester abroad at the London School of Economics. At Dartmouth, she was a James O. Freedman Presidential Scholar and a Human Development Fellow. On campus, she led several anti-sexual assault initiatives while on the Student and Presidential Committee on Sexual Assault and the V-February Committee, and as a trained Sexual Assault Peer Advocate. Her professional experiences while in college included interning at Commonwealth Magazine, National Organization for Women, and the White House. Upon graduation, she moved to the Silicon Valley and works at Google. Outside of work, she is a board member of About-Face and Next Door Solutions to Domestic Violence. She is also an active member of the Silicon Valley Young Democrats.
Updated May 2019