Today we’d like to introduce you to Martin Kabutey Adjovu. Them and their team share their story with us below:
Martin Kabutey Adjovu – “Nene Kabutey”
Kabutey was born and raised in Ghana West Africa. The multi-talented entertainment enthusiast started his career at a young age, with recurring guest appearances on Hobby Time, By the Fireside, and Tsetsekulee on Ghana Broadcasting Cooperation (GBC). His talents and drive have allowed him to work with different Beauty pageants, events, and Afriken by Nana, well-known fashion designer in Ghana and West Africa. After leaving the shores of Ghana, he still got involved in the Entertainment industry, working for New York, Los Angeles, and Houston fashion weeks as a Model and showrunner before joining Warner Bros. Studios as General Clerk (Tour Guide). Working in Warner Bros. Studio operations department allowed him to work with shows such as Ellen’s Game of Games, Ellen Show, Conan, The Real and other special events, where he assisted in audience and guest coordinating. He became the first Diversity Outreach Coordinator for WarnerMedia after AT&T acquired Warner Bros.
With hard work and determination, he became the first Ghanaian, Founder and President of Alpha Delta Theta chapter of Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Honor society at the illustrious Texas Southern University, where he received his BA. Broadcast Journalism. He also holds an MSc. Journalism Innovation and an MA. New Media Journalism from Full Sail University in Florida.
He’s currently the host of Saturday Shade podcast which has over 5500 listeners across the globe. Call him a Director, Publicist, and Multimedia Journalist, as he is currently directing and producing a pilot for a talk show. In his spare time, he models, and enjoys eating and traveling.
Can you talk to us a bit about the challenges and lessons you’ve learned along the way. Looking back would you say it’s been easy or smooth in retrospect?
It has never been easy but the journey has been worth it. I always strive to get to the top and nothing stops me from that.
Appreciate you sharing that. What else should we know about what you do?
Wow, this is a loaded question and where do I begin? Professionally I’m a Communications expert who currently works in the Entertainment & Sports industry for my “9-5”. And with that, I work in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion space focusing on HBCU, HSI and Tribal Universities. Working in this space brings me so much joy because it helps push diverse students into these pipelines for internship and entry-level positions.
On the Creative side, I’m a Multimedia Journalist (AA, BA, MSc and MA in Communications). Which makes me versatile in Marketing, Public Relations, Advertising, Production, Social Media and etc. Being versatile is one of the things that makes me stand out in things I do. And through that, I have created, produced, directed and a few shows. I’m currently the creator, executive producer and host of my weekly Podcast called “Saturday Shade”, which keeps growing and this is my 5th season of it and happy to know I have gained over 5500 listeners and viewers across the Globe through different digital platforms.
Link to platforms the show can be found https://linktr.ee/Kabutey
Are there any important lessons you’ve learned that you can share with us?
Handwork, Perseverance, Dedication and Commitment.
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: https://www.spreaker.com/show/nene-kabutey-landers-tracks
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saturdayshade/?igshid=1gg5ybbfjkrmq
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/SSwithNKabutey
- Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1bd1fo5OJdmx8VSUnPdDYg/videos