Client Ebonee Davis Views The Oscars With Elton John

In CLIENTS, Ebonee Davis on March 5, 2018 at 8:34 pm

Sports Illustrated Rookie, Ebonee Davis was among the many invited guest at Elton John’s exclusive Oscar viewing party. She looked stunning in an Aadnevik gown and Giuseppe Zanotti heels. Every year Elton John host a viewing party for the Oscars to help fund raise for the AIDS Foundation. This year the viewing party was held at an exclusive location in West Hollywood.

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Ebonee poses in true model style at Elton John’s Oscar Party

Ebonee’s gorgeous gown made her first Oscar experience one to remember, as she took to Instagram to ask her fans what they thought of her appearance. Davis made sure she embraced her natural hair in an elegant up-do that showcased her beautiful coils adorning her head like a crown. This may have been her first Oscar appearance but this definitely won’t be the last time we see this rising model at an Oscar event.


Hollywood Powerhouse Koshie Mills Expands The Diaspora Dialogues Platform and Launches A Revolutionary Star Studded Inaugural International Women of Power Event in Los Angeles

In CLIENTS, The Diaspora Dialogues on March 2, 2018 at 9:35 pm

The Diaspora Dialogues is a platform created and Executive Produced by Media Maven Koshie Mills to bridge the gap between Africans in the continent and Africans in the Diaspora. The platform launched a Groundbreaking Star Studded Inaugural International Women Of Power Event to celebrate women who are game changers positively impacting Africans globally in Entertainment, Business, Music, Beauty and FashionThe event featured Grammy Award winning artist and former Destiny’s Child member Michelle Williams as the host.

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Koshie Mills

Media Maven, Koshie Mills is best known as a power broker in Hollywood. Before founding her boutique consulting and public relations firm K3PR, her experience in the entertainment industry came from over a decade of managing the careers of her three successful sons who are actors, tastemakers and young moguls within the television and film industries; Kwame Boateng (Every Body Hates Chris, The Plug), Kofi Siriboe (Girls Trip, Queen Sugar) Kwesi Boakye (Colony, Claws).

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L-R Kwesi Boakye, Kwame Boateng, Koshie Mills and Kwame Boakye

An African woman at the core, Koshie created and executive produced The Diaspora Dialogues platform to bridge the gap between Africans in the continent and Africans in the Diaspora. The new platform has helped to start conversations within the two entities to foster healing and cultural exchange. Mills was further inspired to stimulate more intimate conversations and curated the first-ever, groundbreaking and successful star studded International Women of Power Luncheon Event in celebration of women who are game changers positively impacting Africans globally in Entertainment, Business, Beauty, Music and Fashion during International Women’s Month. The dynamic honorees included Sheryl Lee Ralph, Bozoma Saint John, Duckie Thot, Estelle and Claire Sulmers.

The International Women of Power Luncheon was an intimate, elegant afternoon, featuring a breathtaking 360 view of the California coastline, champagne cocktail reception, three-course luncheon and awards presentation at the Marriott, Marina Del Rey on Friday, March 2, 2018 from 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM. The standing room only event filled the ballroom and brought together a myriad of powerful influential women from Africa, West Indies, UK, America and many other countries across the globe. The atmosphere was charged with an electric positive energy which was evidenced by dancing, laughing, singing, hugging and tears of joy from many attendees, presenters and honorees.

The magical performance by Grammy Award winning Estelle and the many heartfelt emotional honoree speeches were a testament to the collective power of women gathered together in celebration of one another and a need for the platform. A signature throne room portrait studio encapsulated the majestic royal theme of the event as the main intention was to empower women to reclaim their crown and own their value as African Queens.


Photo credit Earl Gibson III/ 2018 courtesy of The Diaspora Dialogues


Photo credit Earl Gibson III/ 2018 courtesy of The Diaspora Dialogues


Photo credit Earl Gibson III/ 2018 courtesy of The Diaspora Dialogues

Photo by Earl Gibson of Estelle performing

Estelle Photo credit Earl Gibson III/ 2018 courtesy of The Diaspora Dialogues

A renaissance woman at heart, Koshie Mills says; “I created the International Women of Power Luncheon to give a platform to celebrate the women in our community who are contributing their talents greatly to the world. I wanted to create a culturally enriched authentic experience with a female aesthetic, where a mosaic of women from the continent and the diaspora can converge, bond, share, uplift, empower and embrace each others diverse experiences in one room. This is an opportunity for everyone looking at Africa and its Diaspora to see how African women are not only beautiful, regal, intelligent, powerful, resourceful and resilient, we are owning our own narrative and reclaiming our Queendom for the world to see. When we come together unapologetically conspicuous in exhibiting pride in our heritage, unify and celebrate one another, we are unmatched and unstoppable. 


Koshie Mills rejoicing at the podium


L-R Aba Enim, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Nadia Musah, Nicole Ari Parker, Michelle Williams, Claire Sulmers, Koshie Mills, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Duckie Thot, Kwesi Boakye, Ebonee Davis, Kwame Boateng

Five women were honored for their contributions in Entertainment; Legendary Actress Sheryl Lee Ralph received the coveted ROAR “Sankofa” Award. Uber C.B.O Bozoma Saint John was the Business Excellence “Akofena” Award recipient. Australian Sudanese Model Duckie Thot was honored with the Goddess Beauty “Duafe” Award, Grammy Award winning artist Estelle was the Music Icon “Nyansapo” honoree and Style Innovator Claire Sulmers received the Fashion Impact “Nsaa” Award. The exclusive event also featured a special live performance by singer, songwriter and actress Estelle.

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Honoree Sheryl Lee Ralph

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Honoree Bozoma Saint John

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Honoree Duckie Thot

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Honoree Estelle

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Honoree Claire Sulmers

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Host Michelle Williams

Presenters included acting brothers Kwame Boateng & Kwesi Boakye, Actress Nicole Ari Parker, Actress Monique Coleman, Actress Wendy Raquel Robinson, Model Ebonee Davis and Model Mame Adjei. Special VIP guests in attendance included Malinda Williams, Renee Lawless, Skye Marshall, Roland Martin and Isaiah Washington. 


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Isaiah Washington


“It was so inspiring to see so many African, West Indian, and African American Women being acknowledged so powerfully in one space.” says Isaiah Washington.




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Nicole Ari Parker and Koshie Mills


Nicole Ari Parker said, “I was deeply empowered, humbled and inspired today, medaase.”
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I’ve had many awards but this one hits home and means a lot to me.”
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Claire Sulmers


When I realized that they wouldn’t give me a seat at the table, I built my own,” said Claire Sulmers of Fashionbombdaily blog, as she inspired so many young women in the room with her Fashion Impact Award speech.





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Nadia Musah

The President of Ghana’s Diaspora Office director, Nadia Musah delivered a message and letter from the office congratulating Koshie Mills for working tirelessly in bridging the gap between Africa and its Diaspora with her The Diaspora Dialogues platform.

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L-R Michelle Williams Kwame Boateng Koshie Mills Dentaa Amoateng Kwesi Boakye – Ambassadors of Tourism

The event culminated with the Republic Of Ghana Tourism, the public service agency in charge of regulating tourism in Ghana through marketing and promotion, licensing and classification of tourism facilities, services, research and development was a welcome sponsor of the event and sent their representative and board member Dentaa Amoateng, who presented certificates of Ambassadorships for Ghana’s tourism, arts and culture to Koshie Mills and her sons Kwame Boateng, Kofi Siriboe (not pictured) and Kwesi Boakye for their consistent work in exemplifying and highlighting Ghana in the entertainment community in Hollywood and all over the world.

Click below to watch
The International Women of Power Recap Video
About The Diaspora Dialogues
The Diaspora Dialogues is a platform and a movement created by Koshie Mills designed to break down barriers, bridge the gap and provide a voice for Africans in the continent and Africans in the Diaspora. The platform will allow Africans to engage in a series of intimate conversations through television talk show format, events, public forums and discussions with entertainers, Influencers, tastemakers, local heroes and change agentsThe Diaspora Dialogues will facilitate cultural exchange while fostering empathy between two seemingly different groups of the same people for the purpose of uniting the global decedents of Africa to sustain future generations.
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The Official Trailer for The Diaspora Dialogues

Model Ebonee Davis Attends Esssence Black Women In Hollywood Luncheon

In CLIENTS, Ebonee Davis on March 2, 2018 at 11:47 am

Model Ebonee Davis unites with Hollywood’s African American tredsetters at the Essence Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon held in Beverly Hills on March 1, 2018. Essence host the luncheon every year during Oscar weekend to  showcase and celebrate how the many Black Women are changing the game.

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Ebonee Davis on the red carpet

Davis is an inspiration to young women as she is not only a Sports Illustrated Rookie model but also an activist inspiring youth throughout the country to embrace who they are, naturally. Ebonee was among many other inspirational women such as Angela Basset, Lupita Nyong’O, Yvonne Orji and many more. The culturally charged and celebratory luncheon featured a special photo booth allowing guests to picture themselves as queens.


Ebonee adjusts her crown as she poses