KERYEKO PAMELA, GLOBAL VICE PRESIDENT AREA (A) AFRICA
Keryeko Pamela is a 2016 Uganda Film Festival Award-winning actress for her role as Monica in the Uganda Film Festival Award-winning TV Drama, The Coffee Shop.
She has appeared in many theatre and screen plays and started her acting career with the Obsessions, a theatre group born of Namasagali Alumni, from where she was handpicked to audition for a role in the television drama, The Hostel on which she featured for three years.
Keryeko's stage credits include All Ok written by Pia Wilson and Better Than Yellow, written by James Scruggs, which were a part of the OBIE AWARD-WINNING 48 Hours In…™Harlem, produced by Harlem 9 and the National Black Theatre New York, which inspired Silent Voices Uganda’s 2018 production, A Fest Of Ten Minute Plays From… 48 Hours In Harlem. Bought!, was a monologue that she wrote and performed as a part of the Bridgeworks art camp (2018) Holy Maria (2017) by Silent Voices Uganda, The Other Woman (2017) by Afroman Spice, Just Me, You and the Silence (2017) by Silent Voices Uganda; and her film credits include, Power Of Legacy (2019) by African Broadcasting Uganda Limited, This Is Not Deene (2018) by Talking Film Production, Export Baby (2017) by NL Film, and The Dummy Team (2016) by The Ghetto Film Project.
Keryeko is also a trained Director from the Silent Voices Uganda Theater Directors’ Apprenticeship program and she co-directed Shadow Of An Angel (2018) written by James Holtham, 1st Ad for Time Irreversible (2016) by The Ghetto Film Project, Hope: The Musical (2019) by Kampala Amateur Dramatics Society and Romeo and Juliet in Kampala which premiered in Germany.
She is a certified Public Relations professional from the University Of Cape Town and runs her PR firm, Keryeko Communications LTD.