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Broadcaster Afua Adom is one of the leading voices on diversity in Britain, regularly appearing on ITV, Channel 5, BBC, LBC and talkRADIO.

Opinionated, charismatic and provocative – Afua Adom is one of the leading voices on diversity in Britain.

A TV News Anchor, Commentator, Journalist and award-winning Broadcaster, Afua is in high demand, regularly appearing on ITV’s This Morning, Good Morning Britain, Jeremy Vine on Channel 5, the BBC, Sky and CNN.

She also appears on STV, Yanga! TV, TalkRadio and LBC and has been honoured for her work in Broadcasting by the Black Women in Business Awards.

A passionate and experienced journalist, Afua hosted the TV show “Sustainable Energy” for CNBC, wrote a column for The Voice Newspaper and was Editor-in-Chief for Glam Africa Magazine.

She moved to London from Glasgow aged 17 to study journalism at City University. After specialising in broadcast and music, Afua found herself working at T4 and PopWorld before moving on to the dizzy heights of 60 Minute Makeover on ITV. She grew bored of decorating strangers’ homes in an hour or under and made the leap to music publishing where she worked for Blue Mountain Music under the watchful and legendary eye of Chris Blackwell.

Following her passion as a writer, Afua landed a job at Blackhair as Editorial Assistant, rising to be Editor after only a year. She became the Features Editor for Pride magazine and a Producer and Anchor for Arise News. After switching to ABN TV, she produced and presented the popular show Young & Rising and launched Entertainment Weekly. Afua is a great supporter of the UK and international music scene, especially in the world of Afrobeats and was the host of The A-List on The Beat 103.6FM.

She is a brilliant keynote speaker covering issues such as Diversity, Black Lives Matter and Equality for Women and continues to work as an Event Host and Moderator.

Afua Adom lives and works in London. In her spare time she likes to make up dance routines with her daughter, have manicures and read crime novels.

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In person prices:
£2,000 - £5,000
Price based on UK delivery
Virtual Event prices:
£2,500 - £2,500
Categories:
Diversity & Inclusion, Event Host, Inspiration, Motivation
Topics:
Cultural Change, Culture, Current Affairs, Gender Bias, Inclusion, Influencing, Inspirational, Journalism, Overcoming Adversity, Q&A, Television, Unconscious Bias

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