Nicole is a Creative Production Manager at Intel Corporation, where she has held several positions
including Media Production Manager, Producer, Diversity Education Marketing Manager and Network
Engineer. Nicole received a B.S. in Computer Systems Engineering from Howard University
(Washington, DC) and an intensive film certification from the New York Film Academy (Universal
Studios). As a producer and local filmmaker, Nicole joined the California Film Foundation and
Sacramento International Film Festival A-Team and was instrumental in the creation of Cine Soul, the
Sacramento International Black Film Festival.
Nicole grew up in Detroit, MI and upon relocating to Sacramento, has personally and professionally
remained very active in the community in various organizations, including the National Society of
Black Engineers (NSBE), Society of Women Engineers (SWE), Network of Intel African-American
employees (NIA), Calvary Christian Center and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Sacramento
Alumnae Chapter, where she currently serves as the Arts and Letters chair.
Nicole has received several awards for her dedication and commitment to service, including the
Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award for leadership and volunteerism, Women Continuing the
Legacy of Achievement for innovative contributions to filmmaking, the Intel Achievement Award for
delivering technology and education to diverse communities and the Intel Quality Award for
excellence in performance to Intel’s values.