Whether youâ€™re stateside or abroad, social media has made our world a lot smaller. Last weekâ€™s Social Media Week (SMW) events and conversations, many of which took place on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, to name a few platforms, are proof that geographic borders canâ€™t contain the flow of ideas in the digital age.
With the dust slowly settling on SMW Lagos, which made its debut in Africa last Monday, BlackEnterprise.com is highlighting power women in Africa who have made a sizeable social impact. These women were selected for their influence and position in their respective industry, relevance within their field or due to their promising future.
From socialites and politicians to actresses and technophiles, these 10 power women should be on your Twitter list: --Claudine Moore
Honored on the UK Powerlist: Britainâ€™s Top 100 most influential Black People, Claudine is an international award-Ââ€winning public relations (PR) expert, and founder of C Moore Media (CMM) a boutique international PR firm headquartered in New York City. CMM has satellite offices and strategic partners in Nigeria, UK and the Caribbean.
CMM provides expertise in national and international media relations, corporate communications, B-Ââ€to-Ââ€B communications, B-Ââ€to-Ââ€C communications, strategic positioning, marketing, social media strategy and branding across multiple industries including the non-Ââ€profit sector. CMM has an African Division, through which they utilize their expertise towards the development of Africa by providing communications strategies and solutions for the unique needs of African organizations and initiatives both on the continent and in the US and UK.
In the last 18months, Claudine has emerged as one of the leading thought leaders in this space, and has been appointed to the Advisory Board of the first Social Media Week to take place in Africa in February 2013, where she will be hosting two official featured events.