Barkue Tubman

MBL Entertainment International Group

Dubbed “Head Honey In charge” by Honey Magazine a leading entertainment magazine (USA) in 2001, Liberian native Barkue Tubman has lived up to and beyond the moniker by trailblazing her way to the top of a male dominated entertainment industry. Grand daughter of the distinguished late president of Liberia William V.S Tubman Sr. and direct descendent of the great abolitionist Harriet Tubman, Barkue made her pilgrimage to the United States in 1980, after the coup d’état in her home country, when she was just starting life in elementary school. Settling in America, Tubman excelled at both the United Nations International School (UNIS) in New York City and the Hun School in Princeton, New Jersey, then went on to Elon University and graduated with degrees in French and Business Management with a concentration in economics. The corporate world however, was never as alluring to her as her hobbies in theater study and her dance and talent show performances in ballet, jazz and tap so, upon striking out to carve a career path; Tubman followed her passion for entertainment and hasn’t looked back until 2007 when she masterminded new and innovative ways to expand her brand to the African continent, back to her birthplace, Liberia.

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