Ms. Linda A. Anukwuem is an Executive Consultant with Quanten Consortium Angola, LLC. Ms. Anukwuem is responsible for coordinating the relationship between major and minor contractors, and advisors. She outlines, writes, and negotiates agreements and she liaises with the local, state and national government officials in the United States. Prior to joining Quanten Consortium Angola, LLC. Ms. Anukwuem served as the Chair for the City of Houston’s Mayor’s International Trade & Development Council for Africa (MITDC-Africa) under Mayor Annise Parker as well as chaired the Arts, Culture and Community Relations Committee. MITDC-Africa was a liaison to expand the constructive dialogue between Houston’s International business community and the City government, and to jointly identify opportunities to promote the city of Houston globally, economically, educationally and its tourism. In addition, she participated with Sheriff Ed Gonzales’ transition committee regarding community relations to bridge the gap with communities in Harris County. Ms. Anukwuem is familiar with projects that promote the exchange of best practices for the international community. Her public relations experience has allowed her to gain knowledge regarding relationship building with key partners and become comfortable with managing special events. In the past, she facilitated key partnerships for the Nigeria Content Investment Forum held during the Offshore Technology Conference week in Houston, Texas. In addition, she has worked to support the financial infrastructure of corporate organizations. Possessing more than 10 years of experience of working in diverse financial and accounting positions. Currently, she hosts a Virtual Monthly Series with Who’s Who: The African Diaspora in collaboration with the African Union Mission to the USA which features the African Union Ambassador to the USA, Her Excellency Hilda Suka-Mafudze. She is also the co-host of the annual Nigeria Cultural Parade & Festival held in Downtown Houston. Because of Linda’s hard work and professional acumen, she was featured in the eighth edition of Who’s Who in Black Houston. Linda attended the University of Houston, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Sociology. In her professional career, she worked as an accountant with Bracewell & Guiliani, LLP and United Airlines. Because of her hard work and professional acumen, she was featured in the eighth edition of Who’s Who in Black Houston.