Ofori Agboka ('98 Psychology) is one of our Black History Month alumni spotlights, as his incredible accomplishments and drive exemplify how, with an LSU education, anything is possible. He began his career at General Motors and spent just over 20 years working his way up the corporate ladder in the very company he started at when he graduated from LSU. About a year ago, he took a chance and moved across to country to join Amazon as the Vice President Human Resources, Global Customer Fulfillment.
What is your favorite part about working for Amazon?
We know you are involved in LSUTigerNation.com and serving as a mentor to other LSU alums. Do you have a mentor that helped you along the way?
Black History Month was created to give not only respect but also a voice to the Black community. Considering the state of our country, what does Black History Month mean to you?
What do you miss most about LSU?
Ofori Agboka and his wife, El'Freda, in the 2000 LSU Gumbo Yearbook.