Who We Are

NAMC is a group of Nigerians coming together to build a better community in Houston. NAMC is an independent, non-profit, non-political and non-religious organization.

WHY NAMC?

Zuma Rock, Niger State

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.

Thus, the Nigerian-American Multicultural Center (NAMC) was born with the laudable vision of creating a strong and vibrant community of Nigerian professionals, young adults and youths, who, while assimilating the American culture, will preserve and pass on their positive Nigerian values and heritage to future generations.

The Nigerian-American Multicultural Center will serve as a cultural bridge between the cultures of Nigeria and the United States of America. NAMC will reach into the Nigerian and American communities and promote the positive values and rich history of Nigeria.

Key Stakeholders:

• Nigerian Young Professionals, University Students, and Youths
• Nigerian Houston Community
• General Houston Community
• Nigerians in Diaspora

Learn more about us via the links below:

Our Vision
Our Mission
Leadership Team
Board of Trustees
Advisory Council

NAMC’s goal is to serve as a cultural bridge between the cultures of Nigeria and the United States of America.