About The GALA
The gala will be a night of entertainment and insights with performances by Nigerian artists, fashion shows of Nigerian Couture, expositions of Nigerian Artwork, and perspectives from distinguished community and business leaders. Special performances will display the global influence of the Nigerian Diaspora.
The Gala will highlight NAMC’s community development and cultural enrichment programs, which build cross-cultural relationships across the Houston community.
The gala will commence promptly at 6:00pm with the Premier VIP Reception, concurrent with the cocktail hour, where guests can network with local and international dignitaries, honored guests and senior executives from sponsor companies. Afterwards, guests will enjoy a sumptuous dinner featuring gourmet Nigerian cuisine.
Gala Sponsorship Opportunities
For sponsorship opportunities please download the sponsorship packet.
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Nigerian-American Multicultural Council (NAMC)
NAMC is a Houston based non-profit, 501 (c) (3), organization that seeks to build a vibrant Nigerian community in Houston and serve as a bridge between the Nigerian community and the greater Houston community.
A new generation of Nigerian-Americans has emerged: Nigerian-Americans, who were born in the United States of America, or brought to America at a very young age. To preserve the Nigerian culture in these children, the older generation must proactively strive to expose them to the culture, values, ethics and traditions of their parents. Failure to preserve their Nigerian heritage may cause the bond between Nigeria and the new generation to be severed.
NAMC focuses on four core areas: professional development, mentorship, cultural enrichment, and community development.
• Nigerian Houston Community
• General Houston Community
• Nigerians in Diaspora
• Nigerian Young Professionals, University Students, and Youths
Yemi Koyejo, President