New York, New York
- NYU Stern School of Business
- Antonia Opiah is the founder of Un-Ruly.com, a site dedicated to haircare for black women.
- From Un-Ruly, she launched Yeluchi, an at-home hairstyling service for people in the NYC Metro area that specializes in black and textured hair.
- She is also the founder of Unadorned Media, the first media network dedicated specifically to black beauty.
Antonia Opiah founded her first venture in 2009, an online film festival called Beneath the Earth that aimed to get otherwise unrecognized filmmakers noticed. It ran through 2015. In 2013, she founded Un-Ruly.com after noticing a lack of resources for black women on traditional beauty sites. Since then, Un-Ruly has expanded to include the company Yeluchi, an on-demand hairstyling service specially targeted at people with textured hair. She has also founded her own media group, called Unadorned Media, which is the first media network catering to black beauty specifically.
Antonia Opiah graduated NYU's Stern School of Business with a B.S. in Marketing, Creative Writing, and Entertainment Marketing.
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