Claudine Moore is an award-winning global public relations and communications leader who serves as managing director of Africa for Allison+Partners. She is also an adjunct professor at New York University, teaching corporate social responsibility and global engagement.
Claudine has worked with many international companies and agencies, including HP, Johnson & Johnson, Hill & Knowlton Strategies, P&G, Grey, Louis Vuitton and more.
Prior to joining A+P, Claudine founded C. Moore Media, International Public Relations, a boutique PR firm where she worked across Africa in multiple sectors for more than a decade. She has Pan-African and Africa-focused global communications experience with companies in the African e-commerce, logistics, fintech, agriculture and philanthropic sectors. Organizations include United Bank of Africa, Copia Global, Lori Systems, WorldRemit, Konga, Arik Air, The Africa Channel, Demand Africa, AFEX and more.
While living and working in Nigeria, she led the Pan-African and global marketing and corporate communications for Heirs Holdings and The Tony Elumelu Foundation. She also led the global communications for two of Africa's most influential leaders, UBA Chairman and Chairman of The Tony Elumelu Foundation Tony O. Elumelu and former United Nations General Secretary, Kofi Annan. She also led the communications for the African contingent during the World Economic Forum in Davos.
In 2021, Claudine the World Communications Association, Davos awarded her the Best Leader in Public Relations and Communications and in 2020, she was listed on Provoke Media's Innovator 25 List in EMEA, which features the top 25 most remarkable PR and communications innovators. Previous awards include being honored on Britain's Top 100 Most Influential Black People and listed on The Network Journal’s 40 under Forty U.S. High Achievers list.
Claudine has contributed her African expertise to two books, “Engage on the Street: How to Practice Global Public Relations” and “Africans Investing in Africa: Understanding Business and Trade Sector by Sector.” She has also written for CNN, PR Week, HuffPost and more on a range of topics, including diversity & inclusion, African PR, communications, business development and travel.
Claudine founded The Future is Female Mentorship Program, a PR and communications mentorship dedicated exclusively to African female tech founders.
With Sub-Saharan Africa’s population growing at 2.7% annually, the continent’s total population will double by 2050 to 2.5 billion people, meaning more than a quarter of the world’s global population will be in Africa.
This creates immense opportunities and substantial risk in multiple sectors and key markets across Africa, against a global backdrop of shifting priorities, and socio-economic and geo-political disruption.
Our Africa market specialists are purpose-driven experts with unique experience and passion for leveraging communications to increase the visibility and awareness of organizations, brands, leaders, initiatives and issues from across the continent with the dedicated long-term objective of African development.
Focusing on sectors with the greatest opportunity to facilitate change, our team leverages its deep market knowledge alongside an extensive network of Africa’s most influential business leaders, organizations and media to deliver results.
Allison+Partners’ Africa practice has deep corporate communications, executive positioning, thought leadership and business-to-business communications capabilities, Pan-African media relations, and reputation management expertise. Other services include tech PR, executive brand building, influencer relations, crisis communications, content marketing and CSR.
Backed by a team of strategic communications experts across multiple African markets, including Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, Senegal, Ghana, Rwanda and more, Allison+Partners’ Africa team has developed and implemented award-winning communications campaigns for Pan-African and global communications for some of the Africa’s leading organizations, institutions and most influential business leaders. The team has also worked with some of the continent’s most well-known and well-funded tech startups ranging from Series A to Series E.