ABOUT ABIOLA

Abiola Agoro is a multidisciplinary artist and strategist with a history and artistic execution, community organizing, strategic planning, fashion design, and political strategy. Abiola’s has won numerous awards for her various areas of work including NAACP Organizer of the year in 2018 and most recently was listed as a top 10 designers for Harlem’s Fashion Row x Nike Summit. 

 

Organizing and racial justice work are among Abiola's highest priority of work. Not only does work with multiple individual activist and organizations to ensure racial justice and equity, but Abiola’s most recently founded her own nonprofit, Disturbing Inequity, to eradicate systemic and social inequities that effect marginalized people through disturbing and deconstructing institutional boundaries. This work is done through multiple facets including Abiola’s free racial justice education series, Deconstructing Systematic Racism, which serves to educate the general public as well as individuals who request private education free of cost in order to become more aware of the ways in which systematic racism is pervasive in our world. Abiola’s consults for multiple social justice organizations and individuals to help them develop better strategy as well as to execute this work.

 

Abiola is also a visual artist and fashion designer working in the following disciplines: Fashion design, photography, videography, graphic design, painting, and jewelry design. This is done through Abiola’s organization, Styled By Ola, which serves as a visual art production collective that focuses on creating non-traditional approaches to the visual arts and connecting artist across disciplines. Abiola’s recognition in this work includes being a 2020 featured designer at New York Fashion week and being invited to visually cover events such as Governors Ball and more.

 

Additionally, Abiola’s is a mental health advocate working in the field not only to increase representation and decrease disparities that exist but to advocate for better practices and awareness through storytelling and advocacy. Abiola was most recently featured in Women’s Health Mag detailing her experience of finding a black therapist and why representation in therapy matters.

 

Abiola’s unique combination of skills allows for avant-garde execution in each field and for cross-disciplinary collaboration that creates innovative solutions to existing problems.

Request Abiola's full resume at abiola@theabiola.com

Abiola Agoro is a multidisciplinary artist and strategist with a history and artistic execution, community organizing, strategic planning, fashion design, and political strategy. Abiola’s has won numerous awards for her various areas of work including NAACP Organizer of the year in 2018 and most recently was listed as a top 10 designers for Harlem’s Fashion Row x Nike Summit. 

 

Organizing and racial justice work are among Abiola's highest priority of work. Not only does work with multiple individual activist and organizations to ensure racial justice and equity, but Abiola’s most recently founded her own nonprofit, Disturbing Inequity, to eradicate systemic and social inequities that effect marginalized people through disturbing and deconstructing institutional boundaries. This work is done through multiple facets including Abiola’s free racial justice education series, Deconstructing Systematic Racism, which serves to educate the general public as well as individuals who request private education free of cost in order to become more aware of the ways in which systematic racism is pervasive in our world. Abiola’s consults for multiple social justice organizations and individuals to help them develop better strategy as well as to execute this work.

 

Abiola is also a visual artist and fashion designer working in the following disciplines: Fashion design, photography, videography, graphic design, painting, and jewelry design. This is done through Abiola’s organization, Styled By Ola, which serves as a visual art production collective that focuses on creating non-traditional approaches to the visual arts and connecting artist across disciplines. Abiola’s recognition in this work includes being a 2020 featured designer at New York Fashion week and being invited to visually cover events such as Governors Ball and more.

 

Additionally, Abiola’s is a mental health advocate working in the field not only to increase representation and decrease disparities that exist but to advocate for better practices and awareness through storytelling and advocacy. Abiola was most recently featured in Women’s Health Mag detailing her experience of finding a black therapist and why representation in therapy matters.

 

Abiola’s unique combination of skills allows for avant-garde execution in each field and for cross-disciplinary collaboration that creates innovative solutions to existing problems.

Request Abiola's full resume at abiola@theabiola.com

Abiola Agoro is a multidisciplinary artist and strategist with a history and artistic execution, community organizing, strategic planning, fashion design, and political strategy. Abiola’s has won numerous awards for her various areas of work including NAACP Organizer of the year in 2018 and most recently was listed as a top 10 designers for Harlem’s Fashion Row x Nike Summit. 

 

Organizing and racial justice work are among Abiola's highest priority of work. Not only does work with multiple individual activist and organizations to ensure racial justice and equity, but Abiola’s most recently founded her own nonprofit, Disturbing Inequity, to eradicate systemic and social inequities that effect marginalized people through disturbing and deconstructing institutional boundaries. This work is done through multiple facets including Abiola’s free racial justice education series, Deconstructing Systematic Racism, which serves to educate the general public as well as individuals who request private education free of cost in order to become more aware of the ways in which systematic racism is pervasive in our world. Abiola’s consults for multiple social justice organizations and individuals to help them develop better strategy as well as to execute this work.

 

Abiola is also a visual artist and fashion designer working in the following disciplines: Fashion design, photography, videography, graphic design, painting, and jewelry design. This is done through Abiola’s organization, Styled By Ola, which serves as a visual art production collective that focuses on creating non-traditional approaches to the visual arts and connecting artist across disciplines. Abiola’s recognition in this work includes being a 2020 featured designer at New York Fashion week and being invited to visually cover events such as Governors Ball and more.

 

Additionally, Abiola’s is a mental health advocate working in the field not only to increase representation and decrease disparities that exist but to advocate for better practices and awareness through storytelling and advocacy. Abiola was most recently featured in Women’s Health Mag detailing her experience of finding a black therapist and why representation in therapy matters.

 

Abiola’s unique combination of skills allows for avant-garde execution in each field and for cross-disciplinary collaboration that creates innovative solutions to existing problems.

Request Abiola's full resume at abiola@theabiola.com