Kem Anyanwu

Co-founder of The Making of Black Britain

Kem Anyanwu has 21 years of experience in international communications, brand development and entertainment management. Working with mission-driven creative leaders, Kem, through her agency Kemystery, is dedicated to changing systems, building opportunities and creating impact locally and globally.

Kem is also co-founder, alongside Diane Louise Jordan, of The Making of Black Britain, a recently launched digital oral history archive documenting the past 75 years of British history, available on Google Arts & Culture.

Originally from Leeds, England, Kem started out studying acting at The New York Film Academy. Transitioning from talent to talent manager, today Kem changes the way businesses approach brands and talent, challenging where sales end and truth begins.

Initially Los Angeles based, Kemystery has recently expanded to service clients in the UK, and is now also the first premium western management for screenwriters and directors in Lagos, Nigeria.

Kem is a servant leader, global citizen and ordained minister. She is Patron of the culture and heritage think tank Black Britain & Beyond, and co-founder of Little Voices Los Angeles, an empowering foster care music initiative.

Kem is an experienced host, panellist and speaker and can talk insightfully on comms and branding for individuals to large scale corporates. She has worked with a whole raft of clients in the UK, the US and Africa, both in person and online. These include talks for Google Cloud America and Boston University, a keynote on business branding for Owerri Business Week in Nigeria and sitting on a panel at The African International Film Festival. Her new podcast, Create Kemystery, starts later this year.