Die Bedeutung von Netzwerken in Krisenzeiten
Digital workshop series

Salifu Ayomide © Salifu Ayomide

Salifu Ayomide

Salifu Ayomide is a Nigerian data, information and digital communications consultant, writer and literary critic based in France. Her interests lie in building digital presences for small & medium scale businesses.

She also creates awareness for gender equality and health care needs. She is passionate about creating platforms that focus on bridging the gap in Nigeria’s culturally diverse societies.

Ayomide has worked as the Communications/Promotions Officer of the French Higher Education for Campus France Nigeria/Embassy of France in Nigeria. In 2018, she created a communications firm that specializes in helping Nigerian businesses achieve visibility in the digital space.

Through volunteering, she has served on the communications team for the Abuja Literary Society festival, the social media/communications team for Stand to End Rape Initiative and the Michael Agbaakin Foundation. In the literary space, Ayomide has worked actively with the IOM/UN Migration office in weaving stories that advocate against human trafficking in Nigeria.
She is currently the moderator at the workshop series “Networking and its Power in times of Crisis” organized by Institut français, Goethe-Institut and the Centre for Contemporary Arts Nigeria (CCA).