In 2013, Nkem was named one of Africa's Top 40 Women in Films and Television by FilmBiz Magazine.
Currently, she has two feature films in the pot; JURICA ROAD (Thriller) and COLLEGE BOUND: WINDOW OF HOPE (Faith-Based).
Nkem has a flare for writing inspirational and creative verses. Three of her inspirational verses have been published in the June 2014, May 2015, and July 2016 Editions of "O" - The Oprah Winfrey Magazine. Her thought-provoking articles have also been featured in local and online magazines on “Straight Talk."
She blogs for Huffington Post and BellaNaija.
In April 2012, Nkem published her first book; Tribal Echoes; a book about restoring hope. In this book, she emphasized on the importance on embracing one's culture. Tribal Echoes is also a collection of inspirational short stories. Blair Underwood, Pauletta Pearson Washington, Eric & Eliza Roberts, Anthony Ray Parker, and many others have signed copies of Tribal Echoes. More reviews on Amazon.
She also co-authored "The Unstoppable Woman's Guide To Emotional Well-Being" with 21 other Authors and Life Coaches.
Nkem believes that childhood orientation helps shape or destroy a child’s life and mindset. This belief made her create LIFE LESSONS; a collection of inspirational children's books, to help empower, educate, enrich, and inspire more than one child at a time. She writes each book with every child in mind. "Educate a child, and inspire an adult." In 2013, the book ZOE (First Edition) was endorsed by the former Mayor of Houston, Annise Parker. Second Edition of ZOE, ALLEY-GATORS: The Bullies of Poughkeepsie, and ODERA: An Orphan’s Tale were released in 2014, and have been donated to local libraries and the less privileged kids.
Nkem has been interviewed live in Houston by Emmy Award Winner, Melissa Wilson of Fox 26 News, during the 2014 Black History Month Celebration. She has also featured live in Washington, DC on VOA - Voice of America/Africa 54, ABC 13 Eyewitness News Houston and interviewed by Melanie Lawson on “CrossRoads," and FOX 26 News "Black Voices.”
“Each day is an opportunity to grow." She says. Nkem believes that we should not only exist but live life to the fullest, against all odds. Nkem is an unstoppable woman because she always takes God on board with her in all that she does.
Nkem lives in Houston with her family.