Who’s Who Diaspora: The Nigerian Story 2nd Edition Just Released

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WHO'S WHO DIASPORA PUBLICATIONS, Who's Who Diaspora Publications -- Who’s Who Diaspora Publications just released their 2nd Edition of Who’s Who Diaspora: The Nigerian Story, and it is available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Books-A-Million.  The book includes historical information, facts, and statistics regarding Nigerian communities across the diaspora. It also features professionals of disciplines in corporate, media, culinary, healthcare, academia, film, sports, government, legal, community and STEM. The brief profiles compiled in the publication are achieved by partnering with professional associations, local governments, and academic institutions that identify and document Nigerian professionals. Who’s Who Diaspora: The Nigerian Story is an opportunity to promote portraits of Nigerian men and women that tell the journey of an entrepreneurial and tenacious people.

Linda Anukwuem, Founder and Curator of Who’s Who Diaspora Publications positions, “Meeting these individuals vicariously through their profiles etched a few things in my mind: it is persistence that keeps us working out our full potential.”

The Who’s Who Diaspora publications provide a viable resource for networking between professionals and businesses within the Nigerian community and beyond. The connected network fosters collaboration and economic empowerment. Most importantly, it becomes a significant placeholder for educational institutions, Fortune 500 companies as well as the Federal and United Republics of countries all over the world.

The publication is made possible through Wazobia African Market, Matrix Commercial, OBAX USA and 13th & Joan Publishing. For more information about the 2nd Editon of Who’s Who Diaspora: The Nigerian Story and to find out about launch events in cities throughout the U.S., please visit www.whoiswhonigerian.com, or contact Tannis Harris of The 3mE Group at tannis@the3megroup.com.

About Linda Anukwuem

Linda Anukwuem is the Founder and Curator of Who’s Who Diaspora. Ms. Anukwuem served as the Chair for the City of Houston’s Mayor’s International Trade & Development Council for Africa (MITDC-Africa) under Mayor Annise Parker as well as chaired the Arts, Culture and Community Relations Committee. She is familiar with projects that promote the exchange of best practices for the international community. Currently, she hosts a Virtual Monthly Series in collaboration with the African Union Mission to the USA which features the African Union Ambassador to the USA, Her Excellency Hilda Suka-Mafudze. Linda attended the University of Houston, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology. In her professional career, she worked as an accountant with Bracewell & Guiliani, LLP and United Airlines.

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