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Africa Day Summit

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Welcome to our event Africa Day Summit! To enjoy this experience, please use your laptop!


Africa Day is the annual commemoration of the foundation of the Organization of African Unity on May 25,1963. It is celebrated in various countries on the African continent, as well as around the world. About Africa Day

The Africa Day Summit is part of a three day virtual festival comprising a pre-party on May 23rd, The Thread - Tastemakers Africa’s signature virtual conference going down for the third time on May 24, and Amplify Africa’s Africa Day Celebration on May 25th. The festival brings together African and diasporan leaders, thinkers, movers, and doers to connect and share ways we can win together - especially in times of crisis.

This event will feature:

  • Breakout Discussions w/relevant topics pertaining to Africa and the Diaspora
  • Live DJ sets and Music performances
  • Celebrity shout outs and appearances
  • Virtual Marketplace
  • Fundraising to help the fight against COVID-19 Cashapp $Amplifyafrica PayPal: [email protected]
  • and more!

Who We Are

Amplify Africa is a culture brand with a mission to create multiple platforms for the world to experience the beauty and excellence of the African culture through entertainment.  For the past 4 years we have worked hard to make sure that the African story is being told properly to the world through our Amplify Africa experience initiative, an event platform. Through this platform, our team has successfully done 100+ events and have created multiple event brands that have brought African talent, Music, fashion, food and culture to the world. Some of the experiences are Afrolituation, a dance party that has now become the biggest African experience party in North America.  Made in Africa, the biggest annual African concert and artist showcase in Los Angeles which usually takes place during the BET Awards weekend.  And the Afro ball (in partnership with the US Congress) , a high fashion-conscious Gala where we celebrate and honor Africans who are excelling in various industries and amplifying Africa. (We like to call it African MET Gala). 


  1. How do I contact the organizers?
If you need to contact the organizers to report an issue or ask a question, please reach out to us at: [email protected] 
You can also Tweet us at: @amplifyafrica_ 

2. I can’t attend all of the sessions. Will recordings be available later?
Yes. We will be recording the sessions.

3. How do I find you on social media?
IG: @amplifyafrica  Twitter: @amplifyafrica_    Tweet at us using #Africadayfest

4. Can I still view the main stage while also in the networking/dating section?
Yes, by using the button on the bottom right of the video player.

6. Is there a dress code for this event?
There is no formal dress code for this event. Feel free to be as casual or extra as you like. 

If you plan to network, just know that people will be able to see you (so clothing is required from the waist up). We want you to be comfortable without making others uncomfortable. 


  1. Can I choose who I'm peered with?
No. Matching is 100% random. You’ll never meet the same person twice. You can stop meeting with someone and move to the next person anytime you want.

2. Can I talk to people for longer than 3 mins?
No, the video chat will end after 3 mins. So if you’d like to continue the conversation, make sure you “connect” before the 3 mins run out. To share contact information and “connect,” both participants will need to press the "connect" button on the video. 

Your connections become stored on your profile screen under "Connections.” You can find all of your “Connections” after the event by clicking the blue Hopin symbol (whirlwind top left) and going to "My Account.”

3. Can I chat directly with other attendees?
Yes. However, you can only chat directly with other attendees if you first “connect” with them in the networking area. To find your connections in the chat, 1) go to the “People” tab 2) filter for “My Connections” 3) Start chatting!

Proudly Supported By


· Stage
Stacy Ike
· Stage
Music and Africa
Ava Hall Henny Yegezu Abdul Karim Abdullah Audu maikori Stephanie Smith-Strickland
· Stage
Vendor/Networking/Performance by Dj AQ
· Stage
African Leadership & Politics
Dillon  Iwu Rahiel Tesfamariam Andom Ghebreghiorgis Adebola Williams Constance Moonzwe
· Stage
Vendor/Networking/Performance by Prince
DJ Prince  @princekalu_
· Stage
Food and Africa
Kiano Moju Aaron Agyeman Eden  Hagos Adrian Forte Gladys Nyoth
· Stage
Vendor/Networking/Performance Dj Buka
dj buka
· Sessions
Media & Africa
Debbie Alamrew Rekik  Neway Elosi Ikharo Kudzi Chikumbu Jackie A Nomzamo Mbatha Angie Nwandu
· Stage
Vendor/Networking/Performance by Prince
DJ Prince  @princekalu_
· Sessions
African Diaspora
jessie woo Melate Bekele Funmilola Fagbamila Flex God Daps Aizehi Nomo kibwe Trim
· Stage
Vendor/Networking/Performance by Fully Focus
Fully Focus
· Stage
Vendor/Networking/Performance by DJ BUKA
dj buka


Gladys Nyoth


jessie woo


Stacy Ike


Kiano Moju

International Chef

Dillon Iwu

Moderator, Leadership & Politics Panel

Andom Ghebreghiorgis


Rekik Neway


Nomzamo Mbatha

Speaker, Media & Africa Panel

Jackie A

Speaker, Media & Africa Panel

Rahiel Tesfamariam

Leadership & Politics Panelist

Angie Nwandu

Founder The Shaderoom

Adebola Williams

CEO Redmedia

Ava Hall

Former VP Programming & Production BET Intl

Kudzi Chikumbu


dj buka


Constance Moonzwe


Henny Yegezu

Founder EQT

Abdul Karim Abdullah

Founder Afrochella

DJ Mohogany @djmohogany


Adrian Forte


Stephanie Smith-Strickland


DJ Prince @princekalu_


Elosi Ikharo

Founder, Jade Media

Aizehi Nomo

Moderator, Diaspora Panel



Eden Hagos

Founder BlackFoodie

Flex God Daps

Video Director

Lorionne Campbell

CEO The Shaderoom

Aaron Agyeman

Executive Chef Embassy Suites

Debbie Alamrew

Moderator, Media Panel

Funmilola Fagbamila

Professor & Activist

Fully Focus


Melate Bekele

Founder Habesha Networks

Audu maikori

CEO Chocolate City

Jonah Mutono


kibwe Trim


Swazi Sunshine


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360 Culture and entertainment brand with a goal to create multiple platforms for people to experience Africa and its Culture.

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