Presenting…Dynast Amir

 “We don’t grind, grind means constant struggle. There’s no need to grind when you are walking in the blessings of our life each and every day.”

Dynast Amir, full name Dynast Abefe Adewale Amir, is a dynamic, globetrotting, entrepreneur and philanthropist, who has a passion for life and seeing the success of others. Dynast was born in Albert Horton Hollis II in Sacramento, CA but considers himself a displaced African who just happened to be born in America.

He attended Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento, where he would star in track and football earning 1st team Parade and USA Today High School All-American honors in football. After graduating from Christian Brothers, he took his talents to the University of Georgia.

He later in track and football and graduated with a degree in Agricultural Business. After a short stint in modeling and acting, he took his talents to Corporate America. Dynast would finish in the top 10% in sales for two fortune 500 companies organizations, Aflac and Cintas. This culminated with him finishing in first position in the entire sales organization at Cintas Corporation in 2014. 

In 2018, Dynast left Corporate America to take his talents in Africa to focus full time on implementing several needed initiatives geared towards improving infrastructure on many levels as well as bridging the gap between the diaspora and Africa. Dynast is also a published author, philanthropist and currently serves as the Omo Oba, Prince in Yoruba, of Ororuwo, Nigeria, and encourages everyone to come and visit the Kingdom of Ororuwo stating, “We don’t grind, grind means constant struggle. There’s no need to grind when you are walking in the blessings of our life each and every day.”

We are proud of you Dynast.We name you as the Most Influential People of African Descent, Humanitarian & Religious Category!!

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