Collaborators
Collaborators
Collaborators
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Angélique Marguerite Berthe Diène
Taskmaster, Growth Hacker & Risk-Taker (Senegal – Canada)

Not so long ago, Angélique or Blacky Gyan landed in Quebec with suitcases full of clothes ‘’made in Dakar’’, diplomas and work experiences in finance that she acquired in France and Senegal. Aware of all the opportunities ahead of her, thirty-year-old Angélique has not stopped getting conversations started about her ‘’countless projects’’. With a strong entrepreneurial instinct given to her by her parents, she became a serial social entrepreneur that can proudly hold the title of model, cofounder of the concept-store Cheliel, founder of R Magazine, one of the TravelEaters behind LekkTukki, cooking addict, amateur fashion designer, etc. Immersed in Montreal’s flourishing world of art, culture and entrepreneurship, the epicurean African woman that Angélique is finds herself very involved in ‘’her communities’’.

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Laura Bonnieu
Social Unicorn & Wordsmith (France – Canada)

Originally from Montpellier, a city in the South of France, she has been living in Montreal (Canada) since 2013. Always eager to travel and experience new things, she is filled by her persisting dreams and life-long challenges.
After finishing her studies in communication, she created her own website where we can find her favorite art findings.
Having developed a taste for writing in the last ten years, she has seamlessly joined the magazine’s team since its second release. Very fond of numeric and graphic communication, she takes part in the promotion of R Magazine by running social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Being a very versatile person, she also participates in the magazine’s layout with other graphic designers.

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Anne Solange Diène
Grammar Geek (Senegal – Canada)

Benefiting from many experiences … gifted writer … elegant … guilty of worrying about the right way to speak … she is the dream reviewer for anyone looking to solve any Shakespearean mystery!

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Marie Agathe Ndiaye
Translator (Senegal)

Passionate about travelling and charity work, she is very imaginative with a curious mind and an eye for detail. She practices a drastically different career, but we can say that she very well takes upon herself the cohabitation of numbers and letters in her life.
Marie Agathe also brings with each of her translation a touch of England, a country where she lived for many years.

Alexandra-Coste
Alexandra Coste
The Romantic Unearthed of Talent – Editor (France – Canada)

Alexandra is a dreamer and an idealist; she enjoys dreaming about the impossible and why not making it a reality. She is always thinking about new projects. She spends her free time helping others through volunteering. Writing allows her to express her emotions and cool down her constantly active mind. Even though she loves traveling and making beautiful encounters, she also enjoys spending time by herself with a good book. Her motto: explore life. Her dream: Provide everyone the opportunity to achieve their dreams.

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Hugo Lambert
Chief advisor (France)

Originally from Chartres in the Eure-et-Loire, Hugo has completed his Cultural Engineering Masters’ at ICART, in Paris, after 4 years of studying Jazz Music at the University Of Dublin, in Ireland. His professional experiences have allowed him to understand the inner workings, program, establishment and politics of cultural and creative institutions. A music, sports and gastronomy lover, he is a curious spirit who loves to learn and to discover new things…

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Stefdekarda
Senegalese correspondent (Senegal)

Stefdekarda is a photographer and a graphic designer for many famous Senegalese artists, an african correspondent for a Franco-American magazine and the person responsible for the production of a successful TV show on Senegalese television. Stefdekarda has also recently participated in a reality TV show where the winner would be recognized throughout Africa as a stylist amongst other things.

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Marini
« The life around me » Columnist (Roumanie – Canada)

When she landed in Canada in 2017 with realistic dreams, the thirty-year-old woman and mother of a three-year-old boy began her new life in her new country. With experience in secretarial work and a diploma in legal sciences, she continued to work and developed her skillset in human resources management. Now, being in her forties with two children and a beautiful family, it is time for her to spend time on her real interests: photography (as an amateur), jewelry, writing small columns about the life around us, decorating and homestaging, homemade food and discovering her children’s talents.

Without wanting the fame of a writer and with a natural writing style devoid of conundrums, she sparks our interest by making us pay attention to everyday events and feelings.

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Rachel Sobesky
Editor (French Guiana – England)

Originally from French Guiana, Rachel lived in Paris for six years before settling in London in 2018. Holder of a master’s degree in international business and management, she never hesitates to go out of her comfort zone

Eager to live new experiences and learn new things about the world every day, she is passionate about discovering new cultures, especially through travelling. Collaborating with R Magazine is for her an opportunity to develop an interest for certain themes and to work with a community on a new project.

Thy bao

Studying in Visual Arts Research and Human Sciences, Thy Nguyen has a great passion for various kinds of artistic practices like photography, painting, and music. She also questions the social phenomenon from different perspectives, so that she can reveal and condemn social prejudices that women face in today’s society.

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Alexandra Coste
The Romantic Unearthed of Talent – Editor (France – Canada)

Alexandra is a dreamer and an idealist; she enjoys dreaming about the impossible and why not making it a reality. She is always thinking about new projects. She spends her free time helping others through volunteering. Writing allows her to express her emotions and cool down her constantly active mind. Even though she loves traveling and making beautiful encounters, she also enjoys spending time by herself with a good book. Her motto: explore life. Her dream: Provide everyone the opportunity to achieve their dreams.

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Ophélie Africa
Editor (Martinique – France)

Her adventure started on a small island, Martinique, located between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean and commonly known as the “island of flower”. Her journey continued in Versailles, France, where she completed a Bachelor in classical and contemporary literature, then in London, England, where she completed a master’s degree in translation and worked for three years in many different fields (business, publishing, education). Her life journey is punctuated by travels, art, and music. She also likes escaping the technology reliance of society by reading, journaling, meditating, and watching dystopian series. Her journey will continue in Montreal, Canada, where she hopes to settle soon

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Adrien Di Nicola
– Editor and Proofreader (France)

As a former student at the University of Strasbourg, Adrien studied French literature and completed a bachelor’s degree in modern literature in 2016 as well as a master’s degree in French literature and comparative literature. He made this studies choice driven by the will to reach a perfect command of French. As part of his literature studies, he wrote a thesis on the imaginary in the works of Jules Verne and Edgar Allan Poe.

Christine Quach
Christine Quach
Editor and Proofreader (France)

Christine comes from Paris, where she has been living since her birth. She is currently looking for a haven where to settle in the South-East of France and to enjoy the sun, the song of the cicadas and the sweet, pleasant scent of lavender.

Christine meditates every day and dispense energy treatments remotely. Fascinated by Japanese arts and as a big fan of DIY, she loves making origamis, creating jewelry, making embroidery and painting on canvas. She also loves traveling, going on a hike where she can listen to nature, read good books, and spend time with her friends.

She volunteered for a year and a half at a young startup specialized in the agri-food sector located in the suburbs of Paris and has a genuine professional experience in digital activities. She joined our team to put her editorial and proofreading abilities at the service of R Magazine

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Léa Puebla
Editor (Canada – Mexico)

Léa is born in Montréal. As she a mix of Quebec blood and Mexican blood. She traveled multiple times from the fearless city of Montréal to el Distrito Federal de México. She loves contemplating and creating art and lets herself be carried away by her dreams, days, and nights. She had made an ode gastronomy, a domain where epicureans seem to look for their own beings with as much time as possible. She hardly and creatively worked there as a young cook full of excitement. She is currently studying environmental sciences at the Université du Québec à Montréal. Her lifestyle needed harmony so that she could peacefully raise her two young kids while providing something different, or even bringing something positive, in our community concerning environmental topic. She lives in Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie where brick walls are covered by artistic colors which are reminiscent of the sociocultural and political aspects of our collective. The arts save, guide and change history. Léa found and joined us thanks to her vision about art, and her will to share innovative and common ideas.

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Alice Baudequin
Editor (France)

Coming from Bordeaux and studying in anthropology, she works for her thesis about digital activism in India and the way the Internet contributes, to diversifying cultural offer and its accessibility driven by artists and militant initiatives. Alice is inspired by music, literature and the arts that help us to develop a critical eye over gender issues and the challenges of diversity. Being an R Magazine member a great opportunity for her to discover and share new works of art, thoughts, and ideas.

Lucie Brejšová
Lucie Brejšová
Editor and Proofreader (Czech Republic – Brazil)

Graduated from Art History and Heritage in Paris, she has worked in tourism, culture and education. She loves epic, never-ending travels, modern languages, places that no one visits, old tin boxes, real stories hidden in fiction books, friendly people and dogs, enigma of artistic creation and the Czech beer.

Mathilde Boisseaux
Mathilde Boisseaux
Editor and Proofreader (France – Germany)

Mathilde is the French-German member of the team: she studied in Germany, more precisely, in Nuremberg, during her master’s degree in Marketing and Brand Management. She also practices the harp and likes horse riding, going to the theatre and gardening. Her guilty pleasure: a little glass of champagne with friends. We also call her “Mrs. Puns”.

Constance Lemaire
Constance Lemaire
Editor (France)

Fascinated by arts since her childhood, she discovered her love for cinema and then discovered she had interests in music and painting. As time goes on, her curiosity and interest do not weaken. On the contrary, they expand to any form of arts, which explains her desire to work in the art and culture fields. What she enjoys the most: drama or drama-comedy, indie-folk music, and figurative art. She is also interested in encounters with people, discovering the plurality of the inspirations, the creations, and the understanding that artists can share. What Constance also likes is the fact that art brings people together; art is not restricted to experts but to any person who could feel emotions standing in front of a work of art. She is also sympathetic to nature and animal welfare, human rights, and solidarity.

Maagnyeta Kodjo
Maagnyeta Kodjo
Editor (France)

Maagnyeta is a Cameroonian who has already been living in France for a few years. She has frequently volunteered. However, it is the first time she has volunteered at a medium like R Magazine whose values she shares. She has a great interest in cultures, history, and human civilizations. She loves reading and is a big fan of stylism and DIY.

Agathe Hanot
Agathe Hanot
Editor (France – Argentina)

She is a 100 % vata* and a fan of different and assertive existing ways of dressing, she experiences a lot but she takes care of herself!
Agathe has been a French expatriate in Argentina for a few years, she doesn’t feel homely anywhere and is still looking for her place on Earth, always keen to discovering new landscapes and making encounters. She enjoys words: reading them at first, then writing them, arranging them to touch people when writing about a place, a moment, or an experience. She studied business (too down-to-earth for her), then oenology, and finally became passionate about yoga, that she teaches today. All in all, whether it is about words or yoga, her goal is the same: make people feel emotions!

* She refers to Ayurveda, here 😉

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Jeanne-Louise Rodriguez
Cultural Correspondent (France – Senegal)

As a young French expat in Senegal since 2018, she could describe herself as a lover of art objects. She is a trained auction clerk. After she completed law studies, she started her career with a notarial profession. She discovered what was her passion thanks to the estates she managed with the auctioneers. She left everything to complete a bachelor’s degree in Art History and to become a clerk. However, her husband had to go to Africa, and she decided to move too and follow him! Since there was no auction system in Dakar, she changed her career. She first opened a contemporary art gallery, then she turned to communication. Today, she combines her work and her passion and communicates mainly for Galleries and Cultural Institutions.

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Lily Da Silva
Editor (France - Canada)

When she was 17, Lily landed in Quebec and fell in love with this country without really knowing why. Very quickly, it became obvious to her that journalism was her way. She thus became a Media Degree student. Writing about culture, people, and their stories, that is what she loves, and this is also the reason why she joined R Magazine in 2021. Lily loves the blue color and ankles. Lily doesn’t like Brussel sprouts and the noise of horns.

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Sonia Achdjian
Editor (Armenia / Angola - France)

Having grown up in South Africa with Armenian and Angolan origins, Sonia has spent her life submerged in cultures of the world. From Johannesburg to Rio de Janeiro or from Lille to Accra, she has had the opportunity to live in the four corners of the world. All throughout her experiences, she has never stopped to develop her love for the arts and the cultures of the world.

She joins R Magazine’s team today because she sees within it an open and safe space for creative exchange.

Chiara Jacazzi
Chiara Jacazzi
Editor (Italy - France)

100% italian, french by adoption, Chiara, after a double fanco-italian diploma, chose to continue her studies in France. She is currently enrolled in the 3rd year of her Philosophy bachelor at the Université de Lyon. Fascinated by the magical world of reading and writing at a young age, she has often participated in literary competitions by trying to refine her abilities as a writer and a narrator throughout the years. To her biggest pleasure, she travels a lot and often has the opportunity to make contact with a wide variety of civilisations and cultures.

Small quirk: she profoundly believes in the power words have for revelations; they are, in her opinion, capable of capturing our feelings and our intimate reflections and of restoring them into the world in a more comprehensive, transparent, and harmonious form. She is a motivated, curious and spiritually inclined person: her goal is to fulfill her dreams all while becoming a better version of herself!

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Kéliane Gnali
Editor (Congo - France)

A student in her last year at the Higher National School of Arts of Paris-Cergy, she is committed to tell the Afroeuropean experience through her practice of drawing and writing.
She has joined R Magazine because she wishes to have an experience writing cultural pieces. As an art student, she is on the side of those who create culture, those who literally produce it. She therefore wanted to go on the other side : the one of those who narrate culture, who pass it on.

Charline Vezzoli
Charline Vezzoli
Writer

Holder of a double masters’ diploma in Linguistics, Charline has studied in France, then in Germany where she has lived a few months (without knowing a word of german). She has always wanted to live abroad, for her studies or her work, and still hopes to do so one day. She loves travels, spoken languages, art, literature and adores horror films. Interested by the web editor position, R Magazine is the opportunity for her to hone her writing skills but especially to contribute to fascinating projects that commit to a cause.

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Olivia Moran Jurado
Writer (Spain - France)

Always with her nose in a book and a lover of the arts and philosophy, her thirst for knowledge is insatiable. Holder of her second bachelor’s degree, she has gone off to the countryside in order to dedicate herself to her dream of writing and of reading by the fire. Her next dream is only waiting for you! Sharing her passions, her opinions, her inspirations, her disappointments.

Danielle Pelletier
Danielle Pelletier
Writer (United States - France)

As a Masters student in Humanities and Creative Industries, Danielle Pelletier has a passion for writing, alternative fashion, and Magical Realist literature. Born in the Appalachian region of the United States, she has been living in France since 2019. She loves travelling and discovering new experiences. She is currently writing a collection of short stories which cover the themes of family, feminism, and immigration.

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Anne Solange Diène
Grammar Geek (Senegal – Canada)

Benefiting from many experiences … gifted writer … elegant … guilty of worrying about the right way to speak … she is the dream reviewer for anyone looking to solve any Shakespearean mystery!

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Marie Agathe Ndiaye
Translator (Senegal)

Passionate about travelling and charity work, she is very imaginative with a curious mind and an eye for detail. She practices a drastically different career, but we can say that she very well takes upon herself the cohabitation of numbers and letters in her life.
Marie Agathe also brings with each of her translation a touch of England, a country where she lived for many years.

Thy bao

Studying in Visual Arts Research and Human Sciences, Thy Nguyen has a great passion for various kinds of artistic practices like photography, painting, and music. She also questions the social phenomenon from different perspectives, so that she can reveal and condemn social prejudices that women face in today’s society.

Monique Duc
Monique Duc
Revisor (Vietnam - France)

Even though Monique is French – she was born in France- she has Vietnamese origins and was completely brought up in the Vietnamese way. This is the reason why she can speak and write in Vietnamese – although badly, in her opinion! This year, she is going to celebrate her 60th birthday.
She is an early retiree, unwillingly, and wanted to give of her time to the association as well as to share the expertise she acquired throughout her career in the cosmetics packaging industry.

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Florent Clouet
Proofreader (France)

Having prematurely tasted the ecstasy given by journeys, Florent, in his thirties, is driven by his thirst for discovery. When exploring new ways of inhabiting the world, speaking to the living, coming in poetry and attend with beauty Florent feels like growing up. Earlier in his life, Florent lived in Lilles, Southampton, London, and Fort-de-France, and is now living in Paris where he works for a big NGO, after having worked as a counselor in ministerial cabinet and project manager for the development of Martinique.

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Adrien Di Nicola
– Editor and Proofreader (France)

As a former student at the University of Strasbourg, Adrien studied French literature and completed a bachelor’s degree in modern literature in 2016 as well as a master’s degree in French literature and comparative literature. He made this studies choice driven by the will to reach a perfect command of French. As part of his literature studies, he wrote a thesis on the imaginary in the works of Jules Verne and Edgar Allan Poe.

Christine Quach
Christine Quach
Editor and Proofreader (France)

Christine comes from Paris, where she has been living since her birth. She is currently looking for a haven where to settle in the South-East of France and to enjoy the sun, the song of the cicadas and the sweet, pleasant scent of lavender.

Christine meditates every day and dispense energy treatments remotely. Fascinated by Japanese arts and as a big fan of DIY, she loves making origamis, creating jewelry, making embroidery and painting on canvas. She also loves traveling, going on a hike where she can listen to nature, read good books, and spend time with her friends.

She volunteered for a year and a half at a young startup specialized in the agri-food sector located in the suburbs of Paris and has a genuine professional experience in digital activities. She joined our team to put her editorial and proofreading abilities at the service of R Magazine

Lucie Brejšová
Lucie Brejšová
Editor and Proofreader (Czech Republic – Brazil)

Graduated from Art History and Heritage in Paris, she has worked in tourism, culture and education. She loves epic, never-ending travels, modern languages, places that no one visits, old tin boxes, real stories hidden in fiction books, friendly people and dogs, enigma of artistic creation and the Czech beer.

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Mathilde Boisseaux
Editor and Proofreader (France – Germany)

Mathilde is the French-German member of the team: she studied in Germany, more precisely, in Nuremberg, during her master’s degree in Marketing and Brand Management. She also practices the harp and likes horse riding, going to the theatre and gardening. Her guilty pleasure: a little glass of champagne with friends. We also call her “Mrs. Puns”.

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Coline Priyono
Translator (Indonesia – France)

She lived in Indonesia during all her childhood and teen years before moving to France in 2017 to pursue a degree in Literature. She has been surrounded by various forms of art all her life and has trouble seeing it devoid of any type of creativity. Everything that concerns the process of creation and culture fascinates her; she has a significant inclination for fiction, and her favorite pass time is staying cooped up in her head, narrating whatever story passes through her mind.

Chantal Girard
Chantal Girard
Proof-Reader (France)

Born in the Parisian region, of a beautiful encounter at the French embassy in Washington DC between her father, then on mission for the French government, and her mother, born in St George (Beauce Canadian), who was then an executive secretary. Doctor in pharmacy, she has been living in Annecy, in Upper Savoy, for 37 years and is the mother of 3 children. She has been cradled by her mother’s childhood memories, her dad passing away when she was 18 months old. How does she define herself? She loves people, others, foreign languages, to talk just because, to establish a link even if it’s short-lived, to listen, to joke around, to look for and sometimes find solutions, to fully live in the present or to at least try to, taking a walk on long deserted beaches, rain or blowing wind be dammed, the leaves’ whisper in the wind, picking up rocks, to observe the fauna and flora in their natural habitat in the happenstance of walks. She loves Kandinsky, Cézanne, Picasso, Klimt, mashed almonds, crossword puzzles, to write, to draw and paint, cats. She likes the moment when day breaks into darkness, this blurry boundary between dog and wolf, the crackling of the fire roaring in the hearth and the complicit shadows that dance along the walls, the smell of musk, of freshly cut herbs and of lilac. She hates injustice, contempt towards the weakest, mistreatment, arrogance, alarm clocks, unclaimed crumbs on the table, the smell of chlorine, and spelling mistakes, of course!

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Inès Naili
Correspondent Brazil (France)

Being both an artist and a student, Inès feels at her best when she is immersed in creation. For as long as she can remember, she has always been interested by multiple art forms such as drawing, photography and, most importantly, music and writing (Inès is a wordsmith!). Always looking forward to new experiences, she recounts her new discoveries to curious ears.

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Bernie Diène
French correspondent (Senegal – France)

Parisian in her thirties with a career having to do with numbers, Bernie is a photography lover who spends her free time as ‘’The glob’girl’’. For her, photography is a way to express her artistic side, which has followed her since a very young age, a time during which she loved drawing. Still today, she sometimes doodles ideas for future photo shoots. Her current work contributes to highlight femininity, but she also values project that promote love and racial harmony. One of her next goal is to work with male models.

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Ray Senpai
French correspondent (Indonesia – France)

Ray is a self-taught photographer from Indonesia based in Paris. His work is mostly made up of photos from trips in Asia and Europe. He is currently working on a project showcasing portraits of people from all around the world and their take on life.

Gloria Terra
Correspondent (Brazil)

Gloria is born in Porto Alegre, South of Brazil, where the African descendants constitute about 15 % of the total population and where the prevailing culture is a mix of Italian and German origins. More than 20 years ago, she moved, to Salvador (the capital of the Brazilian state of Bahia), in the Northeast Region of Brazil where is located the “Brazilian Africa”. Indeed, 80 % of the population who lives there is composed of African descendants, as Bahia was a Brazilian stronghold of slaving (where the abducted and enslaved Africans were brought) in the past.

Gloria is a literary agent, a translator of French-speaking African literature, a director of Literary Project “Entre les lignes” [Between the lines], and a teacher of French/Portuguese. She has more than 15 years of experience in the preparation of candidates for immigration and recruitment in Canada/Quebec.

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Jeanne-Louise Rodriguez
Cultural Correspondent (France – Senegal)

As a young French expat in Senegal since 2018, she could describe herself as a lover of art objects. She is a trained auction clerk. After she completed law studies, she started her career with a notarial profession. She discovered what was her passion thanks to the estates she managed with the auctioneers. She left everything to complete a bachelor’s degree in Art History and to become a clerk. However, her husband had to go to Africa, and she decided to move too and follow him! Since there was no auction system in Dakar, she changed her career. She first opened a contemporary art gallery, then she turned to communication. Today, she combines her work and her passion and communicates mainly for Galleries and Cultural Institutions.

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Stefdekarda
Senegalese correspondent (Senegal)

Stefdekarda is a photographer and a graphic designer for many famous Senegalese artists, an african correspondent for a Franco-American magazine and the person responsible for the production of a successful TV show on Senegalese television. Stefdekarda has also recently participated in a reality TV show where the winner would be recognized throughout Africa as a stylist amongst other things.

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Lucas Mengual
Editor (Canada – France)
Marion Perrot
Editor (Canada)
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Mélodie Descoubes
Editor (France – Canada)
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Simon Rheault-Hébert
Editor (Canada)
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Abdoulaye Coulibaly
Translator (Ivory Coast – Canada)
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Alanie Genest
Philosophy editor – Translator (Canada)
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Anaïs Michella Yameogo
Editor for fashion sets (Burkina Faso – Canada)
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Axelle Port Lis
Graphic designer (Guadeloupe – Canada)
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Ayayi Senam D’Almeida
Editor (Togo)
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Barbara Vasseur
Editor (France – Germany)
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Briana Farrell
Translator (Canada)
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Candy Hoffmann
Philosophy and literature editor (France)
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Carène Samuel
Female talent finder (Haiti/Syria – Canada)
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Estelle Simon
Graphic designer (Martinique)
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Fadji Vovor
Administrative manager (Togo – Canada)
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Gabrielle Ovinet
Architecture editor (France – Canada)
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Ivan Velasco
Photographer – Science popularization editor (Mexico – Canada)
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Jean Vigo
Art and society editor (France)
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Jérémie Vasseur
Translator (France –Germany)
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Jonas Simberg
Rule-follower artist (Brazil – Canada)
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José Vidal
Correspondent (Spain)
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Joseph Barrera
Graphic designer (Mexico – Canada)
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Julieta Rosibel
Fashion editor (Nicaragua – Canada)
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Lanciné Kouyaté
Translator (France – Canada)
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Katia Jeanclaude
Editor (France-Canada)
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Lành Nguyễn
Illustrator (Vietnam)
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Liliana Lemus
Graphic designer (Colombia – Canada)
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Linda Chaabna
Film, music and art editor (France – Canada)
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Lucie Barrol
Illustrator (France)
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Maeva Cruchet
Editor (France – Canada)
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Madjiguène Diop
Translator (Senegal)
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Mariane Cantin
Editor (Canada)
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Jayne Mandat
Translator (Haiti – Canada)
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Marcel Lamarre
Web designer (Canada)
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Marie Diamilatou Diagne
Translator (Senegal)
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Myriam Annick Tchameni
Editor and person in charge of communication (Cameroon – Canada)
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Narcisse Nguyen
Translator (Vietnam – Canada)
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Ndeye Fatou Kane
Editor (Senegal – France)
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Samantha Graham
Translator (Canada)
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Yolande Hyjazi
Beauty editor (Senegal/Lebanon – France)
Marie Clémence Modoux
Translator (Canada)
Olivier Badin
Translator (Canada)
Patrick Coakley
Reviewer (Ireland)
Tomas Larivière
Translator (Canada)
Victoire Ndong
Translator (Senegal – United-States)
Amélie Letang
Fatou Diouf
Editor (African Literature), (Senegal - France)
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Djenebou Traoré
Editor (Mali - Canada)
Julia Beaurain
Julia Beaurain
Editor (France)
Jessica pouthas
Jessica Pouthas
Editor (France)
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