WHO IS ASSIATOU
“After leaving a shelter, she is now listed in the list of 100 black women to follow during the year 2017."
Coming from a large family Aissatou Diallo from Guinea has led a hard fight to get where she is today. After Germany and France where she lives there for two years, Assiatou seems to have found her country of adoption. As soon as she left the plane, she knew that Canada was the country where she could achieve her dreams. As soon as she arrives, Assiatou, alone and pregnant with her first child, struggles to find a place in this country she was discovering.
She lives for four years in Montreal where she engages in volunteer activities. Enrolled in the Certificate in Human Resources at H.E.C Montreal she ends up leaving the city in search of new opportunities. She decided to settle in Toronto and start a new life. For two years she lives with her son in a shelter for young women. Despite the language barrier and the daily difficulties, Assiatou promises to continue to fight for her life and do what she loves above all: help others. After many disappointments in her work at the bank, she eventually changed and worked as Assistant HR, Receptionist, Executive Assistant at Centre Francophone de Toronto for four years.
Finally, it is time for Assiatou to do what she has been dreaming for a long time; create her own service company always in the idea of helping others. Her struggle: "The emancipation and financial independence of women in general but especially those who are victims of domestic violence and family. She is dedicated to helping others and is very involved in her community. In 2013, she was recognized by the YWCA for her success and delivered a keynote speech at the YWCA Women of Distinctions Awards, in recognition of her positivity and incredible perseverance.” Francophone Economic Alliance
Today Assiatou is the President and CEO of TAAB Cleaning Inc. a Commercial and Residential Cleaning Company that wants to help others.
"Assiatou Diallo is one of those people whose trajectory forces your admiration. If today she enjoys with complete delight the successes that are her own, it is because she has experienced the worst.
After leaving a shelter, she is now listed in the list of 100 black women to follow during the year 2017. "Choq fm Radio