Faustina Anyanwu Is a wife, mother of 4, entrepreneur and social commentator.
Group CEO at Faunteewrites Limited – Co-Founder of Divas of Colour International Women’s Forum, co-founder and Chief Editor of C. Hub Magazine, and publishing director at Faunteewrites publishing. She is a renowned entrepreneur
Faustina left her Nursing and Midwifery Career to carve out a niche for herself in the publishing, media and entertainment industry. She is known and respected for her hands-on, go-to-work attitude and her professionalism.
Her go-getter attitude has won her several deals with big businesses and companies, working with companies such as Worldremit, Lebara Mobile, Ultimalt, Lyca Mobile, Fashion Fair, Design Essentials and many more.
Starting from scratch and transitioning from her Nursing career, Faustina has led the Divas of Colour into becoming a global phenomenon, winning sponsorships and partnerships with international conglomerates. Pulling in over 500 global women each year at the flagship International Women’s Festival (Divas of Colour Festival).
Faustina is a regular face on reputable national and international media and has also written for and featured on several global newspapers, including – The Voice Newspaper UK, Afrokanist Magazine, UK, Tropics Magazine South Africa, Naija Living Magazine UK, The Telegraph, The Nigerian Tribune and many others.
In 2018, she was selected to be inducted into the African leadership CEO’s Hall Of Fame. Due to her eloquence, inspirational and unapologetic advocacy for women and African stories, Afrokanist magazine’s editor compared her with personalities such as, Chimamanda Adichie, Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey and Michelle Obama, all of whom she acknowledges to be her icons and mentors.
Faustina was named most influential magazine editor and woman by Extraordinary people’s awards in the USA, was shortlisted in the Great British Entrepreneurs Awards and was also named at number 8 on the Tropics Magazine’s Africans Doers and at number 2 on the Afrokanist Magazine’s African women in the UK. She was listed among the top women entrepreneurs in the UK in the SheCan360.
An ardent advocate for women and fair representation of African stories.
In 2017, she was a keynote speaker at the Tropics Magazine Summit in South Africa – on, ‘Exporting African culture, the best practice’. Also a panellist at the One Africa Network Web-conference on – Creating Economic Opportunities And Solutions For UK African Diaspora.