Archie Graham is a British African of Gambian / Sierra Leonean heritage. Currently works as Finance Manager for UnLtd (The Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs), a grant making charitable trust supporting social entrepreneurs.
His professional career started off more than two decades ago in accountancy practice with Pannell Kerr Forster Chattered Accountants (PKF) – The Gambia as Trainee Accountant / Auditor and leaving the firm six years later as Audit Senior. Since then, he has worked for varying organisations mainly within the Not-For-Profit sector including the London Fire Brigade Welfare Fund, The Camden Society and Westminster Association for Mental Health (Westminster Mind).
Archie serves as a trustee (currently the chair) of the Tiata Fahodzi, a British African theatre touring company producing works which reflect the experiences of the changing and developing African diaspora in Britain.
He is founder of, a recently launched self-service online platform dedicated to signpost a comprehensive range of events by or of particular interest to people of African heritage and their friends.
He also founded the African Caribbean Diaspora Initiatives Support, which provides business and financial management support to selective initiatives by members of the African and Caribbean communities in the UK.
Archie co-founded, an online community networking platform for African business and social entrepreneurs.
He is co-organiser of Black Book Swap, a literary event organised by readers to celebrate the work of black authors and writers.
As part of the Adinkra Arts Collective, Archie assists and supports in organising the Afrikans In Films Festival, London’s largest one day free film festival celebrating Africa and African Diaspora cinematography.
In 2010, Archie initiated and organized the Save The BBC World Service Drama petition, an international online campaign signed by over 10,000 signatories petitioning the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to reconsider their decision to stop funding the BBC World Service Drama and the BBC Trust’s decision to axe this program after 75 years of being aired on radio with millions of regular listeners worldwide.



About Tony Tokunbo Eteka Fernandez

Tony Tokunbo Eteka Fernandez is an International Award Winner, Published Author & Poet, Broadcast Journalist, MC and Youth Empowerment Consultant . He is also The CEO of AFRICA4U and The Founder of Africans in The Diaspora People also see him as a Cultural and Social entrepreneur, which means he is skilled in working with many different communities, bringing people together in successful focused events. Tony has organised many cultural events …involving both BME and mainstream communities. He is skilled in hosting events that reinforce community cohesion and bringing different kinds of people together. He has organised events in The UK, The U.S.A, Holland, Germany, Romania, Malta and Nigeria and has visited over 22 European Countries. Tony has also organised The Black History Month Celebrations at The UK House of Parliament for over five years in a row He continues to promote the true life and success stories of Africans in Europe and Africans around the world and has organised several small scale literary and awards initiatives aimed at empowering young people. He has also spent time as an International broadcaster and was The Producer and Presenter for AFRICA4U International Radio Talk Show at Reading4u Radio Station for nearly three years. Tony has interviewed high profile Members of Parliament, Distinguished celebrities and some of Africas best musicians including Ivonne Chaka Chaka and Kanda Bongoman. He has also been a guest on BBC Radio on numerous occasions to discuss the community cohesion events he organises at UK House of Parliament and also to recite some of his published work in memory of Nelson Mandela, 50 Years Anniversary of The race relations act and major community issues. Tony has also a Guest on popular Radio stations in Nigeria and The States In the last few years he has been very passionate about Youth empowerment, community cohesion and cultural intelligence. Tony was born in South London and has lived in several parts of England and Nigeria . He started writing at the tender age of nine, a habit he expressed with creative enthusiasm. Tony writes Poetry, short stories and proverbs on personal development. He is currently working on his 4th book which will also be his first novel. He is also into Public Speaking at Special events and Social functions and is a Mentor for young people in the UK Community. He completed a Bachelor of Arts degree at The University of Lagos, Nigeria in English and World Literature. He later went on to attain a teaching qualification at The Frances King International Training Institute, South Kensington London, it was here he studied Teaching English as a Foreign Language. He also studied Web Design at The City University in London. He published his first book in June 1999 called “The Beauty in the Dark” (A Collection of Poetry which received critical acclamation in many circles around the world). .Tony’s aim in life is to inspire the young generation and to encourage the youth to make the very best of their dreams and aspirations,. He published a 2nd book in June 2009 called ” The Sound of Running Water” – A Family gift book of proverbs and quotations on Personal Development and Positive Thinking . In December 2009, he published his 3rd book called “One Moment of Peace”.- A collection of Poetry inspired by personal experiences and spiritual growth. Besides the fact that the Artist has won International online awards, he is mostly inspired by Life experience, love, music and cultural awareness. He was Resident Poet at the 5th London Poetry Festival in 2009 and has been a guest on BBC Radio on very many occassions including The famous Anne Diamond Show. He has also been a guest on a few SKY TV stations and several International Radio Stations around The World
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