AdeOla Fadumiye, founder of JostWrite, is a writer and editorial consultant offering a comprehensive range of writing and editorial services. She earned her Bachelors of Science in Mass Communication: Public Relations and Communication Studies with honors from the Winona State University in 2007. She received her Master in Public Health Promotions from the George Washington University in 2010.
AdeOla has worked in the field of public relations, marketing, writing and public health, and her background equips her to craft compelling and engaging content that is customized and tailored to your target market and readers. She is also skilled at evaluating, analyzing and editing content for clarity and consistency, as well as for accuracy, style and tone. From manuscript critique and grant writing to online publication and press releases, AdeOla has an extensive portfolio of work.
She has worked with 360 Communities, Blacktie-DC, The Grassroot Project, Redeemer’s Community Development Corporation, Winona Health, Making Noise, Inc., Genevieve Magazine Online, Afrikan Goddess Magazine, Envoy Magazine and The Winonan Newspaper amongst others.
AdeOla is an avid dancer and an aspiring world-travel writer. She also enjoys giving back and have volunteered at different organizations including DayBreak and The Somali American Community Association. She is currently working on her first book and blogs at “A Thousand Miles…The First Steps!” where she talks about travel, food, faith, entrepreneurs, small business, writing and love. AdeOla resides in Washington DC, but spend her days dreaming of the sunny beaches of California and the beautiful Italian landscapes.
“I love discovering new ways to weave words together. Something pleasant dances inside me when words work themselves into the right rhythm for the story they’re telling. I write not just to share information, but for beauty and to share the life, struggle and journey of people. I write to inspire, to share hope and to tell the stories of triumph emerging out of pain and passion.”