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Adama Iwu        

Senior Director, Government Relations, Visa, co-founder We Said Enough

Adama Iwu is a co-founder and serves as President of the Board of the We Said Enough Foundation, whose mission is to eliminate bullying, harassment, and assault in all its forms.

In October of 2017, The Los Angeles Times published an open letter – led by Adama and signed by over 140 women – on the pervasive culture of sexual harassment, discrimination, and assault in politics. As a result of these efforts in December of 2017, Time Magazine recognized Adama as a Silence Breaker and featured her on the cover of their People of the Year edition.

Adama is also Senior Director of Western US Government Relations for Visa. She has a BA in Political Science from the University of San Diego and currently resides in San Francisco.

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TIME Person of the Year Adama Iwu's Inspiring Meeting with Ashley ...

Adama Iwu made the most of the honor during the cover photo shoot and a pretty cool meeting with Ashley Judd.

Female lawmakers, staffers and lobbyists speak out on 'pervasive ...

This California-centric missive had its start in text messages — as Adama Iwu, head of government relations in the western states for Visa, aired her anger to a friend over a recent “unpleasant situation” at a public event. Her male colleagues, who witnessed what happened, told her they thought it was fine because she knew ...

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