Viola Davis Selected As One Of The Inaugural Members Of President’s Advisory Council on African Diaspora Engagement In The United States
Viola Davis has been selected as one of the inaugural members of the President’s Advisory Council on African Diaspora Engagement in the United States.
The council is being established to enhance dialog between United States officials and the African Diaspora, the community of African Americans and African immigrants. It was announced by Vice President Kamala Harris during the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit last year.
The council includes up to 12 members appointed by the Secretary of State, and include individuals from government, sports, creative industries, business, academia, social work and faith-based activities.
According to the White House, “They will provide invaluable guidance to reinforce cultural, social, political, and economic ties between the U.S. and Africa, and promote trade, investment, and educational exchanges between the United States and Africa.”
The chairman will be Silvester Scott Beaman, presiding prelate of the Fifteenth Episcopal District
serving in South Africa, Namibia, and Angola.
Others selected for a 2023-25 term include Mimi E. Alemayehou, Rosalind Brewer, Helene D. Gayle, Patrick Gaspard, C.D. Glin, Osagie Imasogie, Almaz Negash, Chinenye Joy Ogwumike, Ham K. Serunjogi and Kevin Young.
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