In the 2020 election, the elections in the United States of America was the watch of the world. One of the many emphasis was placed on diversity in votes. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris said Black voters were a key reason they were able to claim victory in the election and it was a big strategy in their campaign.
And the woman who was the Advisor to Biden’s National Advisor for Black Engagement is Adjoa B. Asamoah. Speaking to wusa9, Adjoa express the importance of Black Votes during the elections.
“It was very important for this campaign to not take any vote for granted and to compete for every vote. And so, our team, ensured that we were meaningfully engaging the black community, ensuring that it was known what the plans were plans that included racial equity that was embedded throughout the plans,” Adjoa Asamoah, the National Advisor for Black Engagement said.
Adjoa B. Asamoah is an international influencer and impact strategist. She is the founder of ABA Consulting, and is a trusted advisor to federal, state, and local elected officials. She is highly sought after to develop both high-profile and grassroots stakeholder coalitions, and liaise between political and corporate entities.
As a mover of policy and culture, evidenced by the legislative victories she spearheaded to codify the nation’s first Office on African American Affairs and introduce and pass the groundbreaking anti-hair discrimination CROWN Act, she mobilizes leaders and communities for social change and collective political action.
This is how she describes herself announcing to the world her role on the 59th Presidential Inauguration Committee (PIC).
“The daughter of an amazing and resilient mother born in the Jim Crow south and an equally resilient and quite determined Ghanaian immigrant father will head up “African American Engagement” for the 59th Presidential Inauguration Committee (PIC) and work with a dynamic crew (many friends and colleagues) to ensure there is a SAFE and memorable inauguration of President @joebiden and Vice President @kamalaharris
Congratulations Adjoa B. Asamoah, your works in the year 2020 help transform the world and make the this place a better place for everyone. You’re our Woman of Excellence, Class of 2020.