A Nigerian Princess navigating the ins and outs of Hollywood. Born in Nigeria, raised in England, Nigeria and the United States.
A graduate of McGill University in Montreal Canada with a major in English Literature (theater) and a minor in Environmental Science. Recipient of an MFA in theater from Illinois State University and nominated for a Joseph Jefferson Award in Chicago for the role of Juliette in “I Have Before Me a Remarkable Document Given to Me by a Young Lady from Rwanda.”
They look pretty organized to me. Really look at this list. They have England,China,America,Australia and Israel all working together. Do you notice something? It seems Africa is not involved in this global partnership. That means that we need our own “new world order”. We better do something because you can see what we’re up against. They’re all working together controlling everything from politics,entertainment,education and religion. That’s why it’s so easy for them to brainwash the masses to hate black people worldwide. They put out the negative images of black people through television,magazines and films. This is how they spread anti-blackness. And this is what people of African descent are up against. So what do you think? Should we link up with other racial groups? Or should we go at it alone?Do you think we need to create some type pf organization like this? I’d love to hear your thoughts.
Born in London, England to Ghanaian parents, Philomena Kwao has always been different and her success as a model been no different. Known for her signature cropped hairstyle, Philomena has modelled for international brands such as Torrid, Nordstrom, Lane Bryant and Evans.
With dreams of working for a global health agency, Philomena had dreams that didn’t include fashion or modelling. Excelling academically, Philomena has obtained a first class degree in Economics and a Masters’ degree in International Health Management.
Her career as a model began in 2012 when she was scouted through a modelling competition with Models1, Evans and Cosmopolitan UK Magazine. Soon after, Philomena found herself featured in editorials for Essence Magazine, Cosmopolitan UK and Pride magazine and featured in nationwide campaigns for Evans and Style 369 all whilst juggling a demanding masters degree. The same year saw Philomena awarded with the GUBA 2012 Rising Star award.
Her foray into the international modelling scene began when in 2013, she signed with Ford Models and after successfully graduating in 2013, Philomena moved to NYC where she now currently lives.