About Our Executive Director - National Network of Abortion Funds


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Oriaku Njoku (she/they), is a first-generation, Black, Igbo, Nigerian-American, Kentucky-raised, queer, fat, Southern femme, healing-centered coach living and loving in Atlanta, Georgia. Oriaku is deeply committed to finding joy and pleasure in everything she does, including their work as the Executive Director of the National Network of Abortion Funds. She believes radical love is a core value that can be embodied and operationalized in justice-driven work. Oriaku truly believes that we can—and will—create a cultural shift around how we address abortion and invites you to join her in making reproductive justice a reality.

Oriaku in the news

Oriaku Njoku – The Root 100 – 2022, The Root 

Is Roevember Really Coming?, Vogue

‘We’re Fighting for a Fighting Chance’: Abortion Fund Leaders Reflect on a Summer Without Ro, Elle

2022 TIME100 Next Oriaku Njoku, TIME 

The Abortion Crisis Manager, The Cut 

How to Get Help for Your Abortion Inside the abortion mutual-aid network. The Cut 

What is an abortion fund? How people are accessing care despite legal restrictions, NBC TODAY

Reproductive justice has the blueprint for post-Roe America, but are we ready for it?, Prism


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