Your Heroes

might be closer than you think!

Africans and Africa diaspora communities are often misrepresented and underrepresented in social, cultural and economic leadership positions. This foments stereotypes about these communities. It also limits the ambitions of African and its diaspora communities, making them feel that certain opportunities are out of reach. Due to the lack of positive visibility of these groups, efforts to empower and utilize the full potential of these communities too often fall short.
We need everyone to feel like they have “skin in the game”; that they need to, and are expected to, contribute to society’s development. For this reason, Rootencial creates a space to recognise that many of these people already contribute and succeed, so that younger generations can identify themselves in today’s leaders. We amplify the voices and stories of these leaders to a wider audience through an online platform, to celebrate and recognise the talent of these communities.
An entrepreneurial journey from the diaspora: Diane Audrey Ngako

An entrepreneurial journey from the diaspora: Diane Audrey Ngako

Finding A Voice Through Art: Justin Kasereka

Finding A Voice Through Art: Justin Kasereka

Family, Philanthropy, Fashion: Noëlla Coursaris Musunka

Family, Philanthropy, Fashion: Noëlla Coursaris Musunka

Writings Inspired By Stories: Angela Nzambi

Writings Inspired By Stories: Angela Nzambi

A Leap of Faith: Bisila Bokoko

A Leap of Faith: Bisila Bokoko

Champion For Culture: Muna Lobé

Champion For Culture: Muna Lobé

Aesthetic Activism: Desirée Bela-Lobedde Boleche

Aesthetic Activism: Desirée Bela-Lobedde Boleche

Culture as a social masterpiece: Recaredo Silebó Boturu

Culture as a social masterpiece: Recaredo Silebó Boturu

A Poet for Action: Leonard Tshitenge

A Poet for Action: Leonard Tshitenge

Harnessing my difference: Catalina Mazebo Pecho

Harnessing my difference: Catalina Mazebo Pecho

Organic Love for Art: Fungai Marima

Organic Love for Art: Fungai Marima

Leaving a mark: Primo José Meñan

Leaving a mark: Primo José Meñan

Art Runs Through My Veins: Emmanuel Awanga

Art Runs Through My Veins: Emmanuel Awanga

Dreams, Identity & Stories : Alejandra Evui Salmerón

Dreams, Identity & Stories : Alejandra Evui Salmerón

Be Who You Are: Pamela Ohene Nyako

Be Who You Are: Pamela Ohene Nyako

Limitless potential: Lucía Asué Mbomio Rubio

Limitless potential: Lucía Asué Mbomio Rubio

Experiment, Experiment, Experiment!: Junior Adebayo

Experiment, Experiment, Experiment!: Junior Adebayo

Achieving the Impossible: Tochukwu Onu

Achieving the Impossible: Tochukwu Onu

Kicking out prejudice: Jacinto Ela Eyenne

Kicking out prejudice: Jacinto Ela Eyenne

Drawing my own future: Lydia Mba

Drawing my own future: Lydia Mba

From listener to storyteller: Justo Bolekia Boleká

From listener to storyteller: Justo Bolekia Boleká

Giving voice to values: Zesar Mba

Giving voice to values: Zesar Mba

The power of discipline: Ruth Ndoumbe Nvumba

The power of discipline: Ruth Ndoumbe Nvumba

Doubts on fire: Juvencio Celestino Obiang

Doubts on fire: Juvencio Celestino Obiang

Adding diversity: Monica Obono Ndongo

Adding diversity: Monica Obono Ndongo

Basketball without borders: Oscar Ngomo

Basketball without borders: Oscar Ngomo

Sounds of roots: Tomy Mañana Hernandéz

Sounds of roots: Tomy Mañana Hernandéz

The goal of conviction: Eloy Edu Nkene

The goal of conviction: Eloy Edu Nkene

And many more stories

coming soon!

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