Bim Ayandele

Bim Ayandele Vice President

Bim Ayandele is a Vice President at Winner & Associates, an MSL Group Company. He provides strategic communications services to multiple clients, specializing in communication strategy, messaging, social responsibility and photojournalism. He frequently performs project-based field work around the world including for the Chad/Cameroon Development Project, a multi-billion energy project operated by ExxonMobil. Some of Mr. Ayandele's work is currently featured in a photo documentary retrospective exhibit called "10 Years of Oil Production: the Chad/Cameroon Development Project", now permanently housed in Chad's National Museum.

Before joining Winner & Associates, Mr. Ayandele served as Director at Cures Now, a Los Angeles based non-profit organization leveraging a coalition of entertainment and industry professionals to promote responsible advancement of science and health related issues.

Having earned a degree in Chemical Engineering from Brown University, Mr. Ayandele started his career at the entertainment hub Creative Artists Agency (CAA), before working with the GRAMMY Charities at The Recording Academy. He then continued his work in music at Handprint Entertainment, an artist management firm run by industry executive Benny Medina, working with high profile artists such as Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez.

Mr. Ayandele was a part of the team that developed and implemented some of the pioneering guerrilla marketing techniques, such as the "Hope" poster, which were instrumental in deciding the 2008 United States presidential campaign. During this time he also served as a National Founding Co-Chair of Generation Obama, a national network of thousands of young professionals. After the campaign, Mr. Ayandele joined the President's team in the White House during the first 100 days of the administration, helping develop and implement systems during the launch of Valerie Jarrett's Office of Public Engagement.

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