Adiat Disu – Young Influential, Power Women in Africa
According to Forbes Magazine, Adiat Disu is one of 2014’s Young Influential, Power Women in Africa. This is her second time making the list.
She is the President of Adirée™, an international public relations and brand development firm, based in New York.
She describes herself as a Serial Entrepreneur, Publicist and a Media-Addict who is in Love with Africa.
Her company founded in 2009 specializes in Public Relations, Social Media, Graphic Design, Special Events, Web Design & Development, Creative Writing and Branding.
Adirée™ is described by Forbes magazine as a: “Communications And Branding Agency That Understands The Business Of The African Fashion Industry”.
Black Enterprise Magazine says, Adirée™ is, ”The premier communications and branding firm, in New York for African and global business leaders in many industry segments, from entertainment to fashion, beauty, politics, media, and government sectors”
Adirée™ provides the following clients with culturally infused communications and branding services:
o Fashion Brands
o Beauty Brands
o Lifestyle & Entertainment Brands
o Government Agencies
o Non Profit Organizations
Adirée™ creates a gateway into the US, for African based businesses or related brands, via projects, while providing the following communications and branding services:
o Social Media
o Public Relations and Special Events
o Showroom | Sales | Tradeshow Services
o Consulting | Business Development | Strategic Partnerships
o Studio Adiree | Graphic Design | Web Development | Branding Services
Here is the list by FORBES, The 20 Youngest Power Women In Africa for 2014.
Some of those that have made the list overtime:
Julie Gichuru – Journalist & Broadcaster (Kenya)
Saran Kaba Jones – Founder, Face Africa (Liberia)
Funmi Iyanda – Journalist & Broadcaster (Nigeria)
Chimamanda Adichie – Writer & Author (Nigeria)
Isha Sesay -News Anchor & Journalist (Sierra Leone)
Ola Orekunrin – Medical Doctor & Founder (Nigeria)
Folake Folarin-Coker – Designer (Nigeria)
Lupita Nyong – Actress (Kenya)
Tara Fela-Durotoye – Founder (Nigeria)
Hadeel Ibrahim – Founder (Sudanese)
Ndidi Nwuneli – Social Entrepreneur (Nigeria)
Juliet Ehimuan – Google Manager (Nigeria)