Founder and Creative Lead at Ztallion
Vanessa Mbamarah is a is a strong communicator, digital Consultant, web designer and philanthropist with an enthusiasm for empowerment, creativity and digital technology. She is proactive, with a great sense of responsibility for self, her immediate environment, and passionate about helping businesses bridge the knowledge gap and leverage digital for visibility and growth.
All about her profession, career and projects.
She is the Founder and Creative Lead at Ztallion, a Creative Digital Agency
focused on creating experiences and transforming brands to compete in a Digital Age, by delivering unique, impactful, creative and strategic solutions to help businesses
From moving to Cotonou as an orphaned single mom, she has applied her personal life principle, which is to “Build Regardless” of life’s challenges and fears to becoming the women she is today. She is currently a Google success story, a Google Training partner on the Digital Skills For Africa representing Francophone Africa, the Manager for Google Business Group Cotonou, and the Womenwill Lead, all community focused on helping businesses understand how to maximize the use of digital tools to grow their businesses.
With a strong passion for women development, she mentors and works with women in her local community to help bridge the knowledge gap, build self-esteem and inspire them to build for themselves, by sharing her stories through local workshops and conferences.
On the other hand, she has a deep passion for transfer of knowledge and empowering others. She set up the Ztallion Academy – a platform designed for young entrepreneurs and business professionals who are passionate about digital and want to leverage on it to build Authority, gain more visibility and build digital businesses.
As a philanthropist, she is the Founder/President of Love A Child Foundation (now known as Ztallion Foundation) – a non-profit Humanitarian Organization that is dedicated to reaching out and showing love to street and orphaned kids in Cotonou, Benin. She currently partners with local schools for less privileged kids to provide free digital trainings to these kids to help prepare them for the future and give them a go at becoming employable in the future.
“Benin is my home. I may not be Beninese, I don’t even have to be, but I believe it is also my responsibility to be a part of the building process and reach out to those who sincerely show interest in wanting to learn how to do things better” – Vanessa Mbamarah.