Doni Aldine is recognized by FOLIO as a TOP Women in Media Honoree. A globally mobile Afro-Latina and first-generation North American who, by age 19, lived in & identified with seven cultures on five continents, she Is passionate about creating community for cross-cultural populations. Culturs reaches more than 100K daily in email, mobile, digital and print editions that featured internationally in major grocers, major booksellers and university and independent bookstores.
Aldine developed university curricula for global culture identity and founded Culturs global multicultural lifestyle network — a team of seasoned professionals in 17 countries, using media, products and experiences to activate 21st Century Cultural diversity — because everyone should feel like they matter.
She presents around the globe as a Keynote, at conferences, universities & in media as a lifestyle expert focused on media, marketing and multiculturalism, specifically cross-cultural identity and hidden diversity.
Most recently, she consulted on culture for Warner Brothers Studios and Turner Network Television, working on “I am the Night,” directed by Wonder Woman Patty Jenkins (“Wonder Woman,” “Monster”) and starring Chris Pine (“Star Trek,” “Wonder Woman”); and branding and culture for the Peter Tosh Estate (Tosh is a founding member of the Wailers with Bob Marley) in Jamaica. In 2018, “Culturs” – The Global Multicultural Magazine Celebrating Cross-Cultural identity,” launched in print. The magazine includes partners like Colorado State University, The Denver Post, United Nations, World Bank, Coke, New Belgium Brewery, O’Dells Brewery Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Turner Broadcasting.
Aldine’s experience includes marketing for corporations, retail and education & editing for print and digital magazines. She worked in-front-of or behind-the-scenes with ABC’s The View, Lifetime Television, The Tyra Banks Show, EXTRA TV, Soap Opera Weekly, Woman’s Day, Pregnancy Magazine, Woman’s World, Oxygen, Oprah Magazine and more. Ambrosine interviewed celebrities including Naomi Watts (King Kong, Birdman), Molly Simms (Sports Illustrated Model; Actor – NBC’s Las Vegas), Anne Hathaway (The Princess Diaries, The Intern) and business and political names including Colorado Governors John Hickenlooper and Bill Ritter, Denver Mayor Wellington Webb, Eula Adams (First Data Corporation), L. Don Brown (Coors), & more.
She served as head of a manufacturing company that developed original, award-winning products selling in 45 countries via stores like Hallmark, ProFlowers, Major museums in the U.S., Europe and Oceana, and independent stores globally. She also developed custom-branded products for organizations including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Getty Museum, Jouer Cosmetics and CBS television, and for celebrities like Dancing with the Stars’ Brooke Burke, The Bachelorette’s Trista Sutter, music artist-Usher.
Strategic planning is foundational. Proper execution, however, is essential.
Visual storytelling is key in our information-saturated technological world.
Global demographics are changing at a breakneck pace. Are you ready?
There’s no way around it. Strategic planning, visual storytelling, cross-cultural communication – they mean nothing without outcomes that create change.
I execute and speak a lot about “intention.” Often we lose ourselves along the journey, but keeping an eye on the prize helps us stay the course. Here’s the frequency breakdown of my most-requested topics:
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