BREAKING NEWS – Who’s Who in Most Influential 100 Class of 2022?!

Dominique Day is the Chair of the UN Working Group of Experts on People of African Descent.

Today, as we celebrate August 31st UN International DAY for People of African Descent, we are honored to reveal 6 nominees to be recognized by Most Influential People of African Descent (MIPAD) in the Class of 2022 100 Under 40 Edition & 100 Law & Justice Edition.

Livia Sant’anna Vaz is in the Public Prosecutor’s Office in the State of Bahia, Brazil. The Office against Racism and Religious Intolerance #Law&Justice Edition.

Don’t Miss the MIPAD Recognition Week 2022 following the opening of 77th UN General Assembly to find out who else made the 2022 Global 100 Lists #100Under40 #100LawJustice

Aissata M.B. Camara is the Deputy Commissioner for Policy and Strategic Initiatives and Chief of Staff in the NYC Mayor’s Office for International Affairs. In this role, she provides international policy guidance to NYC agencies. #P&G


Helena Bertho is a Global Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Nubank. She is a communications professional with more than 15 years of experience in integrated communications, Brand leadership, Innovation, Marketing, research & insights, Public Relations and Diversity & Inclusion. #B&E


Jeremiah Ogbodo, better known as Swanky Jerry, is a Nigerian celebrity fashion stylist known for his work with Tonto Dikeh, D’banj, Ice Prince, M.I, Tu Face, Juliet Ibrahim and Davido, among others. #M&C


Alannah Vellacott is a marine ecologist, science communicator and ocean advocate with 12 years of experience working in marine research, conservation and education in the Bahamas and the Caribbean. #A&H

All honorees for the New Class of 2022 will be officially announced on Sunday, Oct 2nd 2022, 1 United Nations Plaza, New York City.

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