• Our Team

    Meet Us

    Susuana Olatunji Komolafe

    CEO/Executive Director

    Welcome: My Story, Since 2018, I have being working on building our business network, I launched a pilot program REMEN Rural Ethnic Micro Entrepreneur Network to support African Caribbean Migrant businesses and these group has grown to about 800 members.

    I recently launched the African Caribbean Irish Owned Chambers of Commerce and we have a running page on Facebook to primarily focus on support African Caribbean Irish Owned Businesses ONLY.

     

    I need you all to come on board with your businesses and register to build "The Chambers" together, I am reaching out to you all so you can be part of something new, amazing and exciting platform to nourish our community for everyone.

     

    To those of you that are familiar with me, knows how passionate I am, it has been on my mind to setup and set aside a body to support African Caribbean Owned Businesses and this brought up the idea of creating this chambers. A platform to support both Individual Professional Growth and Businesses Owners with primary focus on our own people and African Caribbean descendants in bridging the wealth gap.

     

    Note: I need 100% commitment of love and input.

    Thank you so much

    Susuana Olatunji Komolafe

    Contact: 0894333796

    Contact Team

    JayJay Mayukua

    Chambers Dotted Caucus

    Shared Services Scheme

    Business Caucus Representative

    Contact: 0877611782

    Klaudia Okros

    Chambers Manager

    Contact: 0894552604

  • Our Board of Management

    Our Diaspora Member Stories

     

    Philip Mckinley

    Voluntary Management Member

    Philip McKinley has been appointed Chaplain in the Church of Ireland tradition by Dublin City University (DCU). While Philip will be primarily based in the University’s Inter Faith Centre in Glasnevin, the appointment comes against the backdrop of a major incorporation of St Patrick’s College Drumcondra, Mater Dei Institute of Education and the Church of Ireland College of Education into DCU. ‘Philip is best known to us for his commitment to social inclusion, the addressing of human deprivation, international racial harmony and inter–faith dialogue. He is also a person of faith, prayer and service. I wish Philip and DCU all that is best in their new partnership’. Philip primary role in the chambers is a supporting role, a spiritual leader and community development professional with the spirit of mama Africa love in him.

    Sofia Karaanguelova

    Our Social Media Influencer & Mentor

    Great Connection, digital marketing professional who enables advertisers achieve their marketing strategy goals.

    Strategic Sales at Microsoft | PPC | SEM | Display | Social | AI | Programmatic
    • London, England, United Kingdom

    Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

    Freelance Executive, Digital Content Manager

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    Livingstone Thompson PHD

    CULTURE SPECIALIST

     

    Born in Jamaica, resides in Ireland. He speaks fluent English and has basic knowledge of Spanish, French and German. Livingstone Thompson is an experienced intercultural trainer with specialties across a variety of corporate fields. As a member of the Irish Institute of Training and Development, Livingstone provides consultancy, research and training in cultural awareness and diversity management.

    Livingstone brings a wealth of knowledge and skills in intercultural dialogue, diversity management and conflict resolution. He has worked with a variety of companies delivering training in cultural competence and leading global virtual teams. He has designed and delivered training focused on cultural competence for top managers at Leading Hotels of the World Ltd. (specifically the five-star Marker Hotel) and the Maldron Hotels, Ireland's largest hotel group

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