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Profiling Boston based Television star Alexandria Nakato Owuma

Alexandria slowly taking Black Beauty Television to places

After kicking off her television career with Campfire Television, Alexandria decided to embark on solo career and started her own online television, Black Beauty Television.

Who is Alexandria?
Alexandria Nakato Owuma born 30 years old ago in Kampala is the CEO of Black Beauty Television Network, an online television for the Ugandan diaspora community in the United States (US).
Early Life 

Alexandria attended City Parents Primary School then went to Lubiri Secondary School before she was transferred to St. Lawrence Creamland College where she finished her High school studies from. She was then admitted to Makerere University Business School (MUBS) but she left for the United States before enrolling.

Alexandria has just finished an Entrepreneurship course from Harvard University and recently graduated from the Connecticut School of broadcasting and Media with honors.
Alexandria who lives in Boston, Massachusetts is also the brand ambassador of Doreen Kabareebe Models for Charity Foundation in the States.
Alexandria is an Executive producer and hosts a handful of programs and shows watched online from the Diaspora. Previously, she was worked for Campfire Television another online channel in Boston as it’s CEO. However, she quit that position to start her own Television that would allow her to promote cultural and heritage values she believes  in.
‘Black Beauty Television‘ is an online tv and social platform that believes in connecting Ugandan communities of different  backgrounds to share amazing, inspiring stories that empower their society. It also helps them to come together to celebrate Black heritage and culture through recognizing  people who do extra ordinary that benefit their communities.
She also runs Black Beauty Events, which is the company that decorated the Miss Uganda North America pageant 2019 in Chicago.

Alexandria has been honored by the Ugandan community in the United States previously because of her excellent work.

She was chosen as a Mentor to the Young ladies running for Miss Uganda North America pageant during the UNAA 2019 convention in Chicago.
In 2018, she had privilege and honor to host the first ever Youth Conference at the UNAA convention to empower the youth.
She was voted among the Top Influential Women of 2018/2019 in the Miss Uganda North America Magazine along side Quincy Phiona Bareeba, the first Ugandan Political elect candidate in Maryland.

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