A prominent banking CEO recently said “there aren’t enough black talents” and every now and again we see captions like: “the first black” to be appointed; to be on the cover of a magazine, or occupy a particular space… Waiting for others to create avenues for us have proven us wrong time and time again. Taking a line from Tyler Perry’s life, action is what matters.

INUA is an online digital magazine celebrating black leadership. We elevate entrepreneurs, social justice advocates, students of color who are doing extraordinary things and all things “Black” from the United States to the African diaspora, stretching all the way to the Caribbean.

INUA is a Swahili word for- elevate. At INUA “Leadership, Tourism and Global Culture” Magazine we will elevate black leaders of excellence who are trailblazing, doing the work and should to be recognized in areas such as:

  • Higher education
  • Science and technology
  • Health and wellness
  • Philanthropy 
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Criminal justice
  • Business and finance
  • Environmental sustainability and
  • Tourism, while sharing global cultures from the Caribbean to Africa….

Lets INUA each other!! 

Dr. Angela Mauldin, a business and finance specialist with years of corporate America experience.

Dr. Eric Beckford a criminologist based in London England.

Dr. Elfred Anthony Pinkard, a higher education administrator with many years of experience in higher education.

Mr. Richard Lindo: He is a criminologist who has worked within the juvenile justices’ system in the USA

Dr. Nicole Beveridge

Dr. Ernest Boger

Dr. Brian Patterson

Dr. Yaw Adoo


Mr. Fredrick Murphy

Mr. Michael Jones Price

Rev. Horace Stewart

Mr. Bless

Mr. Tawanda Collins Muswazeme

Dr. Lom

Dr. Thelma Mensah