DAVIES CHIRWA BIOGRAPHY
DAVIES CHIRWA is referred to by many as a visionary of entrepreneurship and a global ambassador for human empowerment. He is the President and Founder of CHANNEL A TV, a Community Service-based None Profit Organization recognized for helping individuals and small Organizations with Media Project initiative implementation and Management through Professional Media Technology. Prior to launching Channel A TV (Channel African Television), Davies premiered DC PRODUCTIONS in 2010, a Company which specializes in massive event Productions, Video & TV Productions including Computer Networking Installations.
The combination of his African heritage and a humble beginning in the Pacific Northwest State of Washington, has given Davies many diverse influences which are clearly reflected in his commitment to serve his local and international communities to highest degree. Davies offers his clients benefit of more than 10 years experience of international and Corporate America academy enterprise and Governmental institutions specialization, where he has been instrumental in community development and implementation of numerous technology-focused project portals through community Service. His dedication to his work speaks for itself and insight within the industry complements his technical background in Computer Hardware Technology.
Despite many obstacles, Davies has risen above his challenges to gain high quality leadership skills, technical expertise, business acumen as an entrepreneur and a mentor to the younger generations in his community. When asked about the highlight of his life, Davies referred to his recent credentials from the U.S Department of State to represent his community during the U.S – Africa Leaders Summit in Washington DC, as a once in a lifetime opportunity. During the summit, he directed and Produced TV documentaries for President Obama, Secretary of State John Kerry as well as many Presidents from Africa and other high ranking Government Officials who were featured at the White House. Davies has also been invited to Direct and Produce Programs for many prestigious events such as The United Nation Summit, NFL Super bowl XLVIII/ XLIX/50, U.S National Soccer for FIFA World Cup, The African Goodwill Awards, President Obama’s Seattle Seahawks invitation to the White House and other international documentaries.
Over a period of time, Davies has worked with various Government and elected officials including Senator Bob Hasegawa, Senator Joe Fain, Kent Mayor Suzette Cooke, SeaTac Deputy Mayor Mia Gregerson, Renton Councilmember Greg Taylor, Mayor Tony Anderson, African Woman of the Year Justina Mutale, Activist Gwen Allen, Humanitarian Denise Obrien, Miss Black Washington De’Vaughnn Williams, Mrs. Washington Jessica Riggs, Miss America Nina Davuluri and TV & Radio Personality Tony Benton. From Fashion, Music & the Entertainment world, Davies has worked with numerous celebrities such as Sean Paul, BlackStreet, Mavado, 112, Beanieman, R-Kelly, NEXT, I-Octane, Ginuwine, Bow Wow, Khago, Jagged Edge, Color Me Badd, Lil Wayne, Sir Mix A lot, Silk, Rosette Luv, Shai, Ludacris, Dwele, Waka Flocka, New Editions, E-40, H-Town, Adina Howard, Jon B, Ardie Cuban, Lady A, Barbie Anaka, Jose Chameleon, Eddy Kenzo, Dandy Krazy, Bebe Cool, Bobi Wine, K’millian, Heyden Adama, Radio & Weasel, Zani, Taash, Melodie D’amour, Penzi Amani Jon Etiquette, Kutt ‘N’ Up, plus many renowned fashion designers.
In his role as a Celebrity Film Director, Producer and Media Technology Entrepreneur, Davies has consistently delivered value to business associates and high-end clients. Through synthesis of disparate Live streaming television coverage of major Sports documentaries for The NBA NFL, FIFA, US Soccer and the Seattle Seahawks, Davies has consistently delivered quality programs to the benefit of many. He has also professionally directed and produced documentaries for top athletes such as Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson, Deion Sanders, Danielle Pelham, Bobby Wagner, Doug Baldwin, , Michael Irvin, Marcus Trufant, Sydney Leroux plus more. His other experiences and expertise include youth mentorship programs, advocacy for equity and social justice awareness, coaching, branding and Production of major community events like the glamorous annual Northwest African Queen Pageant.
Davies is a recipient of many tangible awards including one from the Commander of the 17th FA Brigade, Colonel Ken Kamper of the U.S Army for successful productions of the annual “Black History Month Celebration” for the U.S Military Services at the McCord Joint Army Base in Washington. Through Channel A TV, Davies continues to solidify his dynamic crafts and leadership skills by creating a platform of technological tools as a resources for business profile development, image consultancy and strategic branding. His passion stirs a vision of bringing attention to global challenges such as Equity & Social Justice campaign, Malaria Awareness Projects, HIV/ Aids and several Youth Mentor-ship initiatives within his community and beyond. Davies serves on multiple boards of Directors and supports other non-profit Organizations including Channel A TV, “I CAN” Community Development Foundation, Empowered to Empower You, Kent Black Action Commission and Yes Youth & Women Can in Africa. Recently, Davies Chirwa was appointed and sworn in by the Mayor to serve as Board Member for Cultural Communities Board for the City of Kent.