Foodie Tv Channel welcomes Bisila Bokoko as their new Ambassador

From Zen Magazine
http://zenmagazineafrica.com/culture/foodie-tv-channel-welcomes-bisila-bokoko-ambassador/

Great news everywhere! Bisila Bokoko, who was among Our Top 10 African Women of the Year for 2013 has just been named the brand ambassador for the gastronomic online TV Channel, FOODIE CHANNEL. From this day on, the scope of Foodie TV Channel will be expanded and consolidated by the action that Mrs. Bokoko will take.

The former Executive Director of the Chamber of Commerce SpainUSA in New York, is also the founder and President of Bisila Bokoko African Literacy Project whose mission is to promote literacy among the African peoples, a business consultant for some  European and African firms, she is also a Brand Ambassador for the Spanish brands Pikolinos, Carmencita and Amparo Chordá.

Bisila is the image behind the original Valencian wines, Bisila Wines. She is currently a member of the Advisory Board of several African, European and American organizations, such as MacDella Cooper, Feacoba, African Development Institute, Empretec (UNCTAD, Geneva) Foundation among many others. She was nominated ‘Woman of the Year’ in 2011 by the MCP, as well as the African committed to Excellence in 2011 among many other achievements. “It’s a great honour for me to be part of the Foodie family,” says Bisila Bokoko on being named the ambassador to the TV Channel. “I love cooking a lot and I want to show people how to eat healthy and love themselves. Foodie is all about promoting great food, the chefs who make all the fantastic dishes and the products they use to make each meal. I like promoting great food and I am ready for the journey!

The Foodie TV Channel Director, María José Rico, highlights “It will be a great impact, incorporating Bisila Bokoko to our project, as a figure of such significance will, with no doubt, help us to spread our love for gastronomy and also to spread the values and actions of all of those professionals in this business, who have so much to contribute and often do not find the right way to be heard.”

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