Paul Nwulu works on media issues in West Africa from the foundation's Lagos office. His grant making has focused on the creation of high-quality content that increases awareness of key issues in governance and youth sexuality, reproductive health, and rights. His work has also promoted greater public engagement with the media to accelerate social change.
Paul came to the foundation in 2012 with more than 15 years of experience as a media content developer and lecturer in media production and theory. He founded TriCom Productions, an Abuja-based media production and consulting company that supports a range of small and large clients in the public and private sectors. He is also actively involved in a number of innovative development media projects in Nigeria.
Prior to joining the foundation, Paul was an associate professor of communication and multimedia design at the American University of Nigeria, Yola, Adamawa State. Earlier, he held a tenured position at Western Michigan University. He has conducted extensive research on media technologies and social behavior and change. Over the years, he has also produced development media content in Nigeria and other African countries, including films on HIV/AIDS in Nigeria.
Paul holds a doctorate in mass communications from Wayne State University, a master's degree in organizational communications from Western Michigan University, and a bachelor's degree in mass communications from College of the Ozarks in Missouri.