Rhoda Wilson – England – Media – TV Host
Rhoda Wilson was born in Lagos, Nigeria and was sent to England at 17 to attend one of the top boarding schools in the country, Hurtwood House after Rhoda’s mother died when she was 13. In 1997 Rhoda graduated from Polytechnic of Central London (now Westminster University) with a BA in Business Studies and in 1999, from Middlesex University, with MSc in Financial Management. In 2003 Rhoda started Cosmo Music and Cosmo’s first concert was a two night’s event at the London’s 2000-seat Shepherds Bush Empire in May 2004. It featured the New York based, million-selling band Alabina (who have played sell-out shows everywhere from Los Angeles to Moscow) and was a huge success. The first production of The Rhoda Wilson Show was broadcast on the 4th of December 2005 on OBE TV. Rhoda was recently voted as Best TV Presenter, BEFFTA 2009. Rhoda is also working on a number of documentaries and short films for festivals around the world. She is the founding president of ACWAL, the African & Caribbean Women’s Achievements & Leadership foundation.