The Centre for Black Culture and International Understanding CBIU, a UNESCO category 11 institute, Osogbo Osun state has appointed Erelu Funmi Rotiba as consultant on Marketing, International Networking and Partnership.
Rotiba, an award winning travel consultant with years of experience and track record of sterling achievements in culture and toursm will serve as a brand ambassador and promote the centres Image globally.
Centre for Black Culture and International Understanding (CBIU) being a Category 2 affiliate of UNESCO is a member of a global network of institutions of excellence in the Organization’s domains of competence. Given their expertise, these institutes and centres contribute to the implementation of UNESCO’s strategic priorities, programmes, and global development agendas, through international and regional cooperation, research, knowledge production, policy advice, and capacity development.
Though independent of UNESCO, category 2 institutes and centres are a privileged partner of the Organization with access to UNESCO’s logo, international and intergovernmental bodies and networks, and may leverage UNESCO’s international reach and convening powers. Category 2 institutes and centres under the auspices of UNESCO are an integral part of UNESCO’s Comprehensive Partnership Strategy.
Erelu Funmi Rotiba is a brand Ambassador of several brands using culture as a tool for development. A culture ambassador for Osun and an iconic personality in promotion of culture and tourism.
She hails from Ikare-Akoko in Ondo State. She is a graduate of Economics from the prestigious Lagos State University. As an TravelPrenuer she is the CEO of Special Travels and Tours.