Glitz Magazine
Claudia Lumor
Publisher and Executive Glitz Africa Magazine

Claudia Lumor is the Publisher & Founder OF GLITZ AFRICA. She is the UNFPA Goodwill Ambassador and Ghana Tourism Ambassador for Fashion Development.

She graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a B.A in Economics and Law, and also studied Corporate Finance Law at the University of Westminster Law School, London. Her first job was with Santander Bank UK where she worked for 4 years as Personal Banker and then a Savings Specialist. In 2010, she moved to Ghana where she worked with Stanbic Bank for 2 years. 

In the year 2011, Claudia took a bold step and followed her passion of telling African icon/ inspirational celebrities stories in a tasteful manner, her passion for the perfect depiction of beauty, fashion and aesthetics, to set up her own company - Glitz Africa Magazine.

Glitz Africa Magazine is a Pan- African aspirational brand that embraces Africa's biggest successes and celebrities who are relevant to readers, current celebrity lifestyle, fashion, entertainment, wellness and living trends of the new African global citizen. 
Glitz Africa brand extensions include 
-Glitz Africa Fashion Week
-Glitz Style Awards
-Ghana Women of the year Honours, SHE boss, She Summit and 
-Glitz Africa Care Foundation; a foundation created to focus on maternal health/Childcare issues/women and youth advocacy. Glitz Africa championed and pioneer the developing fashion industry we have in Ghana now.

Claudia Lumor was awarded the Startup entrepreneur of the year 2017 and been honored on various platforms including The Most Influential Young Ghanaians,  100 most influential women in Ghana, Listed in Most inspirational women in Ghana, Top 50 young entrepreneurs etc

Claudia was awarded the British Council Fashion & Design Young creative entrepreneur of the year 2015 and was also honored as one of The most powerful players in African Fashion in a UK publication to mention a few. 

She has been celebrated in various platforms for her passion for women/Children advocacy, her innovation and commitment to fashion development in Ghana and in the sub-region. 

She has lead key fundraising and projects for UNFPA as their Goodwill Ambassador. 

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