Rosemary Kokuhilwa started out in the Fashion industry as a model turned fashion creative consultant and events organizer/coordinator with the focus in non-profit space. She has produced and curated Boston Fashion Expose, Global Fashion New York Inc fashion show, and Fashion exhibitions at the Smithsonian Museum of African Art in DC in partnership with Nigeria, South Africa, Gabon, and Uganda for its Eco-Friendly exhibition and also for the country of Oman celebrating it’s ties to East Africa ; has worked with the Miss Universe Organization headquarters in NY and Miss Universe Organization in Tanzania; and participated in numerous seasons of New York Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week and South Africa Fashion Week.


Some of her work has been featured on numerous fashion blogs, online publications and prints such as Elle USA, Arise Magazine, Vogue Italia, Forbes Life Africa magazine, L’officiel India, and New African Woman. She has worked and featured as wardrobe stylist for “ All on the line” with former Elle USA Creative director, Joe Zee and “Jerseylicious” season 5 as well the “Jerseylicious” coffee book “The Glamour State: 225 Years of Stylish Innovation by Jerseylicious”


Rosemary was also a Partner at Obelix Marketing Services where she aligned investors with projects and partners in emerging markets with focus in Africa by hosting top notch private business round tables with New York top hedge funds managers and potential investors.


She has also organized several UN Summit side events including the African First Ladies Luncheon in partnership with TET Foundation and Touch Foundation charity event.


Most recently she has joined the Lempert Family Foundation a small, private operating 501(c)(3) organization, and Mina TV Africa, an online webtv which creats original TV Programs including talk shows, documentaries and feature films.