Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi

Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
CEO / President at AFROTAK TV cyberNomads | Lecturer Humboldt University Berlin | PHD Candidate
Berlin Area, GermanyBroadcast Media
Current
Humboldt University Berlin Centre for transgender Studies (ZtG), AFROTAK TV cyberNomads
Education
University of Applied Science Cologne
Websites
Personal Website
Blog
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Summary
I am an engineer of applied sciences & focus on knowledge management. Presently I lecture on literature culture, media & acedemia in Gender Studies @ Humboldt University Berlin.
My PHD topic wastemenagement intersectionally deconstructs gender race and class to show preconceptions & immanent de_priviligations in western concepts of nation. I am President of AFROTAK TV cyberNomads – the Black German Databank Network and Media Channel, – Social Entrepeneur and Eventmanger, Social Media Performer, Consultant on Black Diaspora Issues & PHD Candidate.

Education
University of Applied Science Cologne
Engineer’s Degree, Engineer of Apllied Sciences, 1.0
1996 – 2002
2012 – 2013 Landesstelle Gleichbehandlung und Landeszentrale Politische Bildung, Berlin
Zertifikat: Diversity-Projektkoordinato_rin für Berliner Verwaltung/ Zivilgesellschaft

2010 – 2010 Fortbildungsakademie UBB, Berlin
Zertifikat: Energieberate_rin & Abfallwirtschaft

2004 – 2004 GSF Wirtschaftsschule, Berlin
Zertifikat: Controlling & Projektmanagement mit SAP R/3
Activities and Societies: 1999 – 2002 Abschluss: Diplom–Wirtschaftsingenieu_rin Studienrichtung: Marketing und Vertrieb, Projekt-Management Akquise, Marketing, Qualitätsmanagement, Rethorik, Unternehmensplanung Rheinische FH, Köln Diplomarbeit für IDS Scheer AG Saarbrücken „Betriebswirtschaftlicher Nutzen von Unternehmens-Portalen unter Berücksichtigung der Wissens-Management-Aspekte“ Note: 1,0 1996 – 1998 Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen, Spezialisierung: Marketing & Vertrieb Hochschule für Gestaltung und Technik, Mannheim

Experience
Lecturer – Black German Literature & Culture
Humboldt University Berlin Centre for transgender Studies (ZtG)
2014 – Present (2 years)Berlin Area, Germany
Lehrbeauftragte für Schwarze Deutsche Literatur und Kultur
Zentrum für transdisziplinäre Geschlechterstudien (ZtG) an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
AFROTAK TV cyberNomads
CEO / President
AFROTAK TV cyberNomads
2007 – Present (9 years)Berlin Area, Germany
In 2001 cyberNomads promoted the digital architecture for an educational on line data bank to the Office for Civic Education of the German Government (BPB). We called it the Mother ship Data bank in reference to Sun Ra´s Mothership Connection.
We realized three Media Conferences (Black Media Congress Berlin) with local, national & international Black & African media. The European African Alliance (Black Media Network) promotes positive images of Africa & Black Europe with 4000 registered contacts (Black German Yello Pages).

We pitch our concepts to institutional cooperation partners and sponsors and stage our events at their locations (Goethe Institute Berlin, Heinrich Boell Foundation & House of the Cultures of the World) to dispel media perceptions about Africa through effective communication strategies interfacing with the media.

We developed the Pan-African MAY AYIM Black Literature AWARD under umbrella ship of UNESCO and as part of the BLACK ATLANTIC Festival curated by Paul Gilroy.

On line on the pages of the Office for Civic Education of the German Government since 2004, our Multi Media Dossier on the African Diaspora Germany is off line available as the print publication “TheBlackBook”.

We lobby Educational Change Management through our Social Media Network. Eleven million viewers since 2001 showed interest in our educational content research, documentation and production for migrant communities traditionally excluded .

We do target group consulting for public TV (MDR, ZDF, N24), we are present on Public Radio (Deutschlandfunk, Radio Multikulti, Deutsche Welle) and in print (Zitty, The African Courier, African Heritage; LoNAM).

On invitation of the South African Embassy AFROTAK TV cyberNomads in September 07 represented at the African Union Diaspora in Europe Regional Consultative Conference,PARIS.
Adetoun Kueppers-Adebisi as founding member was Vice President of the African Diaspora Committee Germany of the African Union from 2007 to 2009.

Organizations
The African Network Germany (TANG) | Gruendungsvorstand
Founding Board Member
Starting 2015
Network of female Migrants in Germany (DaMIGRA) | Referen_tin
Coordinator for Culture Media & Education | Supported by Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
Starting 2014
The African Network Germany (TANG) | Medien & Kultur Koordina_torin
Media & Culture Coordinator
Starting 2013
Local City parliament Berlin Pankow| Buerge_rinnen Deputierte
Elected Civic Deputy for Integration
Starting 2012
MINT Education Initiative of German Bussineses | Botschaft_erin fuer Jugendbildung
Embassador for Youth Education
Starting 2010
Integration Parliament Berlin-Pankow
Elected for Consulting Forum of Civic participation
Starting 2010
African Union African Diaspora Sixth Region Germany e.V. (AUADS) | Gruendungsvorstand
Founding Board Member
Starting 2009
African Union African Diaspora Committee Germany | Vize-Praesident_tin
Vice-President
2007 – 2009
Initiative Black Germans and Blacks in Germany
Old School Activist
Starting 1986
Initiative Schwarze Deutsche und Schwarzr in Deutschland

Publications
Nation and Gender Upcoming Publication End of January 2016
2015
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
Visions Africa Germany – Cultural Diversity in Europe of the 21st Century
New Culture Foundation Berlin & AFROTAK TV cyberNomads
2015
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
For a New Culture in Germany. Instead Of: Against Depriviligation. Der Reichstag – Kafka in the reMIX(Link)
In: Melter, Claus (Hg.): Diskrimination and Racism critical Work & Education. Belz Juventa Weinheim und Basel
2015
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
Kulturwandlungstheorie meets Das Kreuz im Fenster. The Big Data remix.
In: Khoepsell, Philipp Khabo (Hg.): The Afropean Contemporary. Literatur- und Gesellschaftsmagazin. Berlin: epubli GmbH
2015
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
On Racism, Sexism in the discursive Dealings with AfrGerman Literature | Ueber Rassismus & Sexismus in der Verhandlung Afrodeutscher Literaturen
ZtG HU. Berlin
2015
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
Kolonialismus, Rassismus, Genderismus im Diaspora Kontext Deutschland In: Tagungsband “Institutioneller Rassismus“
H.- Böll-Stiftung Dresden
2015
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
BlackGermania. I talk in Tongues. Culture Foundation Prayer Weaving.
In: Esuruoso Asoka / Khoepsell Philipp Khabo (Hg.): Arriving in the Future. Stories of Home & Exile. Berlin: epubli GmbH
2014
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
Cultural Interdependencies of Racism & Sexism (Doktoran_tinnen-Workshop)
In: Gender-Bulletin, (Hg.): Humboldt Universität, Berlin
2013

Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
Diaspora–Faces of the Berlin Africa Renaissance – Afrika Images Germany
In: FREITEXT Kultur & Gesellschafts-Magazin, Berlin. Heft 19
2012
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
Musical Revolts, Migration und Politics with Focus on Black Music in Germany
In: Marvin Oppong (Hg.): Migranten in der deutschen Politik. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
2011
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
Negritude. Black, global Liberation Movements of the 19th and & 20th century.
In Racism in good German. Nachschlagewerk zu rassistischen Sprachhandlungen. (Hg.): Adibeli Nduka-Agwu / Antje Lann Hornscheidt. Frankfurt a. M.: Brandes & Apsel.
2010
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
Nachqualifizierung & Schulungsbedarfe der Afrikanischen Diaspora & Migranten in Berlin
Arbeitsamt
2011
Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
TheBlackBook 2004 – First Survey on the African Diaspora Germany | Cooperation with the Federal Office for Civic Education of the German Government
AFROTAK TV cyberNomads IKO Publishing House
2004

Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi
May Ayim Award – The 1st Black German International Literature Award – UNESCO Project in Memory of the Slave Trade and its Abolition
Piesche, Kueppers-Adebisi a.o. Orlanda Publishing House Berlin
2004

Authors:
Princess Adetoun Küppers-Adebisi

Languages
English
Native or bilingual proficiency
German
Native or bilingual proficiency
Yoruba
Native or bilingual proficiency
French
Elementary proficiency