Famous Nigerian documentary filmmaker, Zuriel Oduwole has been listed by ELLE Magazine as one of the ‘33 Women Who Impacted the World in 2014’.
ELLE Magazine is the world’s largest fashion, style and entertainment magazine with more than 40 editions in 60 countries. Zuriel will feature in March 2015 issue of the magazine.
She was recognized for her various endeavors in 2014 which include inviting First Ladies across Africa to talk Girls education in her colloquy, speaking to children in Ethiopia and the UK on Education, taking 2 footballs across the globe during the FIFA World Cup to keep the education topic exciting, launching a hand hygiene campaign for school kids in Africa during the Ebola crisis and premiering her first movie for screening in a commercial cinema in November 2014.
She is also known to be an honorary Ambassador for the First Lady of Tanzania’s foundation, WAMA. She's the youngest person to be featured in Forbes Magazine and met 14 presidents.
Other notable pacesetters on the list include Federal Reserve Bank Chairperson, Janet Yellen; activist/actress, Angelina Jolie; General Motors President, Mary Barra, and ABC TV super producer, Shonda Rhimes.
Source: JadeAfrica report.