Tomi Idowu is an Atlanta based multimodal content creator with a degree in Media Studies and African Studies. I have a wealth of experience in photography, journalism, videography, social media, and marketing. I am particularly drawn to work that has some positive impact on the representation of Africa in the world.
The African Leadership Academy is a two-year educational institution that seeks to transform Africa by identifying, developing, and connecting its future leaders. I took courses in African Studies, Economics, Entrepreneurial Leadership, History and Writing & Rhetoric.
Four-year liberal arts institution. I graduated with a B.A in Media Studies and African Studies
Venture For America is a fellowship for recent grads who want to learn how to build a business while making an impact. VFA Fellows get training and join a startup in an emerging US city, where they live and work for two years at one of hundreds of partner companies
Grow audience over 100% in three years to over 250,000 followers on social media platforms
Write articles, edit website content, and create content calendars for different platforms.
Carry out market research and build marketing pitches for cover stories.
Lead creative direction of all graphic projects including flyers, video projects, and photography.
Lead workshops with co-workers on Adobe Photoshop and Premiere.
Organize consultations and support students and faculty on media projects.
Transcribe interviews to aid research projects and identify trends on research projects
Served as an intermediary between the administrative team, residential assistants, and camp participants to ensure consummate communication during program.
Co-managed staff of 11 Residential Teaching Assistants.
Conducted research to inform decisions on academic trips and social programming
Assisted in raising over $1.2 million dollars for various schools at Emory University.
Cold-called and networked with Emory affiliates to persuade them to donate to the University.
Participated in professional development program and network with Warner Media executives on media industry trends
Voted to serve as a liaison between African students and faculty while increasing awareness of African cultures, through educational and social programs.
Managed A/V Team that executed digital campaign annually to raise attendance on ASA’s highlight event from 300 attendees to an estimated 550 attendees this year.
Produced short documentaries and social media content to market benefit gala theme with any expenditure
Photographed cover spread and assisted in developing visual direction for the magazine.
Generated budgets and oversaw production scheduling for photoshoots.
Reported on Emory University’s female soccer team during the 2016 season.
Wrote and produced news videos that went on to garner over 8000 views.