Events | Moses A. Mawa | CEO – SilverTrust Media, Afro-Global Television & The Transformation Institute to Speak at the Canada Business Expo!



New Flash — Uganda Canada Convention Organizing Committee is proud to announce another partnership with Silvertrust Media and Afro-Global Television whose CEO and Founder will speak at the Diaspora Business Expo in Toronto – Saturday June 30th.

Moses A. Mawa is the Founder, President and CEO of Silvertrust Media, also known as Silvertrust Communications as well as the Afroglobal Television channel and the Transformation Institute For Leadership And Innovation, which undertakes the Transformation Awards, Crossover Mentorship Program and other initiatives.

Silvertrust produces syndicated television programming and has published over twenty magazine titles in its Discover Series. These include magazines for nations, businesses and organizations. Moses is the publisher of Diversity, Destiny and Excellence magazines. He is the Executive Producer of many flagship programs.

On March 10th, 2016 Moses and his wife Patricia, who hails from Nigeria, launched Afroglobal Television, a 24-hour global super channel that informs, empowers, uplifts and entertains with exceptional programming focused on Africa and the Diaspora. The network is on Bell Fibe on channel 2472, 708 on Rogers cable and 886 on Eastlink. It is expected to launch in the USA, Caribbean, Africa and beyond.

Moses holds a B.A. in Film Studies from Carleton University and pursued the Master of Arts in Leadership degree at Trinity Western University. He was also trained at the Canadian Screen Training Centre as a multimedia and television producer. He has produced extensively for radio, and together with his sister, the Honourable Jesca Eriyo, Former Minister of State For Environment and Deputy Secretary General of the East African Community, they own Radio Amani, 88.1 FM in Adjumani, Uganda.

In 2013, Moses and Patricia were featured in a half-hour worldwide TV special on CNN International. He has been commissioned by the Government of Ontario, Rogers Media and others to produce special media projects. Moses established the Crossover Mentorship Program to provide tools that enable youth to achieve their full potential.

Moses received the Toronto Police Community Service Award; the Harry Jerome Media Award; York Regional Police Services Board Civic Leadership Award, the Reelworld Visionary Award, the National Ethnic Press & Media Council, Excellence in Media Award presented by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario; and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, presented by the Government of Canada.

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