Justina Mutale is the multi-award winning, African Woman of the Year and a globe-trotting international PR, Media, Business Intelligence and Event Management Consultant.
Justina works around the globe on various high profile international PR campaigns in music, film, fashion, entertainment, business, arts and politics, and has provided consultancies to a variety of clients ranging from individual personalities to international organizations and multinational corporations, as well as working on Presidential campaigns across the globe.
Justina’s work has received global recognition around the world including a Commendation and Resolution from the General Assembly of the Georgia State Senate in Atlanta, Georgia in the USA, in addition to endorsements from various prominent world personalities, including the Governor of Florida and the Mayor of Miami in the USA.
She has been voted a woman of influence and one of the most inspiring African women in the world. Justina has been nominated for, and honoured with several international Awards, including the African Woman of the Year; GAB Award (Gathering of Africa’s Best); Women in Enterprise Award; Southern African Achievers Award; African Entrepreneurship Award; Female Personality of the Year; Female Philanthropist of the Year; Business Woman of the Year; Inspiration Award; Community Champion; Outstanding Contribution to Community; Best Beauty Pageant Director; Best Event Promoter and Service to the Community.
Justina is the founder of POSITIVE RUNWAY: Global Catwalk to Stop the Spread, which has presence in over 35 countries around the world, spanning five continents. She is also the publisher of GLOBAL CATWALK MAGAZINE and Executive Producer of ‘Celebrity Million Voices against the Spread of HIV/AIDS’ Film/TV Documentary.
She is also the Founder & CEO of Perryfield Promotions, an International PR, Media, Business Intelligence and Event Management Consultancy incorporated in England and Wales and Vice-President of International Styles Inc., a media company based in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States of America specializing in Fashion, Music, Film, Television as well as Model and Artist Management, incorporating INTStyles Model & Artist Management; International Styles Celebrity TV Chat Show; and the Global FFMTT Awards (Global Film, Fashion, Music, Television & Theatre Awards).
Furthermore, Justina is founder and organizer of the internationally acclaimed and multi-award winning Miss Zambia UK Beauty Pageant in addition to being International Director of over 20 international beauty pageants spread around the world. Justina was also the Executive Producer of the 2011 BEFFTA Awards USA (Black Entertainment, Fashion, Film, Television & Arts Awards) and co-organiser of the Black Comedy Awards, in addition to being a Board Member, Director & PR Executive of STARLYWOOD (a global organization providing a platform for young people with talent to become globally recognized and to realise their dreams and reach for the stars, or even become one.
Justina is the International Coordinator of the RAP Music Give Back Global Tour, a global humanitarian project working with RAP music artists as a platform to give back to society; and International Executive Director of Urban Kidz Foundation, a USA charity based in Atlanta GA working with underprivileged children through Entertainment & Performing Arts.
Justina has organized and co-organised numerous international high profile events and conferences around the world including the ‘African Ambassadors Interactive Forum with the Diaspora’ to bring together African Embassies and High Commissions in the UK and Europe to work with their African Diaspora communities and the ‘Diaspora African Women in Leadership Conference’ in Atlanta Georgia in the USA, whose invited delegates included all female Prime Ministers, Presidents, Heads of Government, and First Ladies, in addition to other women in leadership from Business, Politics, NGOs, Community and Church based organizations, as well as female traditional leaders.
Justina has also provided consultancies to the ‘Association of Spouses of African High Commissioners and Ambassadors’ in the UK and has played a lead role in the ‘Africa Day’ celebrations hosted by the African High Commissioners and Ambassadors based in the UK and Europe.
She also co-organised the ‘MNET Channel ‘O’ Stop the Spread UK Road Show’ in London; and created and organized ‘Staying Alive for Zambia: Inspire a Child’ Event in Lusaka, Zambia which brought together all top Zambian artists and involved the participation of all Zambians around the world.
Justina is also a trustee and member of several charities and community associations, including being Patron of the African Peoples’ Advocacy and the 2012 Africa Day Gala and a member of the Association for African Owned Enterprises. J
Justina is a contributor to several publications, magazines, newspapers, websites and blogs around the world and is a regular Guest Speaker, Chairperson and Convener of a number of fora that discuss the political, economic and social situation in Africa as well as the fate, opportunities and challenges of the African Diaspora community in the UK and Europe.
Justina has studied International Relations, Public & Cultural Diplomacy and Political Science at the London Metropolitan University in the UK and Stockholm University in Sweden.
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