Online Manager Services
Helping busy African-centered spiritual leaders /practitioners, wholistic health mompreneurs, and Black-owned health & wellness business owners, launch or manage online businesses, stores, events and online courses.
Email Newsletter/Campaign Management
Graphic Design via Canva
Shopify/Online Store Assistance
Online Course Support
Live Webinar Assistance
Social Media Management
Fee varies depending on type of services selected
10 or 20 hours of Virtual Assistance Work.
Any combination of services above.
A. Oforiwa Idawa
A. Oforiwa Idawa is an African-centered, home-based business owner and a mom who homeschooled her child from birth to college. She is the founder of Idawa Management.
For over fifteen years, she has created online presences for Black-owned, African-centered businesses and organizations. Ama has assisted many Black-owned businesses and organizations launch their websites, online courses, email campaigns, special events, and workshops. She is one of the founding organizers of Sankofa Homeschooling Community coop and assisted with organizing Sacred Circle Healing events of the African Traditional Spiritual Coalition, based in the Washington, DC area. In addition, she has organized and produced a health and spiritual wellness expo.
Oforiwa graduated with a degree in Black Studies, from the City College of New York and minored in Business Administration. She took some MBA graduate level courses. Oforiwa has been a website designer and events managing consultant, as well as a virtual assistant, for over fifteen years.
What Our Virtual Assistant Clients
Are ACTUALLY Saying...
Mama Paulette Jones-Imaan
Director & Founder, Ideal Education
"You are a joy to work with. Thank you for your dedicated, persistent commitment to please while providing excellence."
"My sister, you have greatly elevated my presence and professionalized my image before the world! You rise to the occasion each time I am in distress and make me look good. You have been such a tremendous asset to all of my projects."