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Nnenna Agba      

Women's Education Advocate, Model & Former Contestant on "America's Next Top Model"

Born in Houston and raised in Nigeria, Nenna Agba was a beloved finalist on the hit TV show “America’s Next Top Model.”

Having captivated her viewing audience, she was voted “Cover Girl of the Week” numerous times by her fans as well as their favorite to win each week until she left the show. With an exquisitely unique face that transitions flawlessly from high fashion to commercial, Nnenna commands the attention of both national and international markets in different continents across the globe. In addition to been on the cover of TimeOut London, Ross buzz Paris, Clam Magazine, True Love Magazine and Onyx Magazine, Nnenna has also been featured in British Vogue, Soon Magazine, Essence Magazine, Jewel Magazine, Arize, Spring Magazine, Blush Magazine, Confidence Magazine, Us Weekly, Poz Magazine and Elle Girl. She has been showcased in ads for Pepsi, Mc Donald’s, Garnier Corps, Sears, Payless, Banana Boat and the top jewelry designer Karl Maria Egger, Paco Rabanne and Sephora. She is also a spokesmodel for MiaDonna Diamond Hybrid, a company that promotes and provides alternatives to Blood Diamonds and conflict Diamonds.

While gracing the runways of Paris, London and New York, Nnenna has worked for designers such as Chloe, Dolce & Gabbana, Micheal Kors, Heatherette, Jared Gold, Agonavich, Victim, Imitation of Christ, Zuly Bet, Irakli, Fatima Lopez, Maria Pinto and Rebecca Minkoff to name a few.

More than just a beautiful face, Nnenna is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry. This former analytical chemist is doing her part to give back to the community and make a difference in the world. As one of the celebrity spokespersons for Save Africa Concerts foundation (SAC), a non- profit organization that is part of the United Nation’s fight against HIV/AIDS in Africa, Nnenna can be seen in various PSA’s across the highly infected regions of the continent.

As a former contestant on America’s Next Top Model, Nnenna is already a household name and has attracted and continues to attract fans from all walks of life. With an awesome charisma that engages those who encounter her, Nnenna is on her way to becoming a presence to be reckoned with and is destined for greatness!

Most importantly, she proudly serves as a positive role model for all young girls and women of African origin and Nigeria in particular.


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For Nigerian girls, education is the key that opens doors to progress

For Nigerian girls, education is the key that opens doors to progress. Source: UN Women - Wed, 30 Jul 2014 20:55 GMT. Author: Nnenna Agba/UN Women.

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