Atlanta Black Chamber Appoints Samuel Adeyemi Communication Lead of GOC

The Atlanta Black Chambers (ABC) has announced the appointment of Samuel O. Adeyemi as the Communication Lead for the Chamber’s Global Opportunity Committee.
As the Communication Lead for the Global Opportunities Committee (GOC) at the Atlanta Black Chambers (ABC), he would spearhead the global communication efforts of the Committee aimed at fulfilling the ambitious 10-year objective of reaching $100 billion in global transactions for Black businesses.
He will be responsible for developing and implementing public relations strategies, managing media relations, handling crisis communication, and overseeing brand management to enhance the GOC’s reputation and maintain positive relationships with the media, stakeholders, and the public.
The GOC within the Atlanta Black Chambers (ABC) is dedicated to equipping members with vital information and facilitating access to lucrative trade, partnership, and investment prospects worldwide. Over the past year alone, the GOC has made a significant impact, extending its reach to over 1,000 businesses spanning 35 countries, facilitating opportunities valued at more than $100 million.
Samuel will play a dual role, significantly contributing to the ABC’s mission to foster economic development, trade, and partnerships in Nigeria, as well as overseeing strategic communication for the GOC.
“We are thrilled to appoint Samuel O. Adeyemi as the Communication Lead for the whole of Global Opportunity Committee and Regional Lead of the Committee for Nigeria. His extensive experience in global communication and commitment to our mission make him an ideal candidate for these crucial roles,” said Mr. Ricardo Berrís, Chairman of the Global Opportunities Committee.
“His experience as the CEO of Media DNA, a global communication PR firm, makes him particularly well-suited for this role, bringing valuable insights and expertise to enhance the communication strategy of the GOC. Samuel will also leverage his expertise to promote the initiatives of the GOC globally.”
Mr. Melvin Coleman, President & CEO of Atlanta Black Chambers (ABC), expressed confidence in the growth and impact that Samuel O. Adeyemi will bring to the table in shaping the future of access, collaboration, and connection for Black businesses on a global scale.