21 African Women Channeling New Narratives in the Creative Industry

All hail badass Creative women & their works!

Lineo Segoete

for her work in Ba re e ne re Literary Arts.

Juli-Art Hango

Juli-Art Hango for using Photography to defy the definitions of how women should be seen.

Theresa Ng’ambi

for her exploration of traditional Zambian Sound.

Adaora Lumina Mbelu

for inspiring Creatives and expressing her multipotentiality.

Amin Ameen

for creating and channeling a new space and energy with EverythingNaArt.

Enkay Ifeonu

for opening new stylish doors to curvy women.

Ope Adedeji

for introducing us to diverse worlds through her writing.

Dami Odufuwa

for using the power of the media to fight against injustice and patriarchy.

Achol Yak

for channeling her South Sudan spirit into high-end Fashion.

Anna Njoroge-Ngaruiya

For combining the power of industry and creativity in elevating the African skin.

Esperance Tabisha

For reshaping the refugee narrative and taking fashion in Congo global.

Happy Makosewe

For her perspective on Fashion as a communication tool.

Hooga Masele

For turning photography and lighting into superpowers.

Khalila Kellz Mbowe

For creating at the intersection of Art and Social Innovation.

Kunjina Tesfaye

For breathing Ethiopian life into contemporary Fashion statements.

Marilyn Wanjiru

For championing Pro-Kenyan Makeup artistry.

Nyacomba Githu

For birthing Free Mind Sessions and providing a safe space for diverse conversations in Kenya.

Suubi Njuki

For fusing art and bridal joy together.

Amira Hanafi

For her polyvocality and shaping new perspectives in writing history.

Héla Ammar

For using her Art as a Visual Map to shine the light on deep social issues.

Evelyn Tinarwo

For using Makeup as a confidence teaching tool in Zimbabwe.