Makeda Bawn alias Zhaneirie is a freelance communication specialist, blogger, graphic designer, copy and content writer. Her superpower is transforming complex ideas and information into clear and compelling projects that helps her clients to achieve their goals and objectives. She is a creative, and driven by life experiences. An enthusiastic individual who delivers high quality work, communicate well with her audience, and enjoys the challenges in any industry
She has provided professional services for a various range of brands and businesses in Jamaica and the United States. She has a special interest in music, fashion and beauty. As a blogger, she has been published in both print and web publications. Highlights include, contributed feature articles for A Valid Review Magazine, New York, TalkUpYout, Carib Voxx and Raine Magazine. She is dedicated to telling the captivating stories of the gifted, unsung heroes and social influencers.
She has produced feature stories about influencers in the Music, Media and Lifestyle industry such Protoje, Selah Marley, Kabaka Pyramid, Nikki Z, DJ Sparkz, and Prince Gyesi. She has managed to accumulatee and engage an audience from countries such as United States of America, Poland, England, Africa, Jamaica and many more. Her spellbinding writing and design skills keeps her target audience interested longer, and increases exposure for her clients.
She is also a poet and has had published works in the Jamaica Sunday Gleaner. Her poetry encompasses ideologies of socialist feminism. She is proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Canva. She is skilled at promoting and marketing anything that she works on with the ability to drive traffic to the sites of her clients.
In the summer of 2014, she graduated from a two intensive workshops on videography hosted by Phase Three Productions. Phase 3 Productions is one of Jamaica’s well known full- service television and multi-media production company. She went on to write and direct a short film, “ Forgotten Voices”. She spent four years as an actress in a children’s animated puppet show called Ackee Walk on Television Jamaica, created in partnership with UNICEF Jamaica to teach children about their rights and responsibilities. Her passion for children and the rights of women led her to establish her own charity foundation called Kizzy Zabi Kids to empower children through creative and innovative educational tools. She became a member of the Women Entrepreneurs Network of the Caribbean (WENC) established to address existing and emerging concerns about female entrepreneurs and their business engagements.
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