A Sabrina Dhowre Elba

A Sabrina Dhowre Elba

Sabrina Dhowre Elba:


This Meet the Expert interview is fascinating, particularly how Sabrina Elba turned her career upside down to develop a new world of technology">Sabrina is the co-founder, CEO, and Creative Director at Dacva, an app that helps brands and communities alike generate more revenue through increased engagement and sales. She is an expert in creative product development and research and development, as well as marketing and finance.


The couple were drawn to creating their brand after feeling empowered by their own relationship. "I had famously said I'd never get married again [after two previous marriages] and here I was about to marry Sabrina, and we really got into questioning why," Elba explains. "What has changed? We found ourselves saying, 'Hey, wouldn't it be interesting to develop a community of people that felt the same?' Not just romantic couples- familial, business partners. Each one teach one. That's how we came up with [the project], which is our name backwards, S'able."

In many ways, theirs is an old-fashioned love story. For Sabrina, a vivacious, kind-hearted former beauty queen, it was “love at first sight”. They were sitting with their respective friends, enjoying a Sunday night out, when their “eyes locked”, they got to talking, and boom. “You know, I’m 47 this year,” Idris told me, “been married and lived a full life before I even met Sabrina. It wasn’t something that I wanted to do, get married again. But…” he trailed off, eyes lighting up. What a pleasure, I thought, to see a grown-up soften in this way. And they don’t come much more grown-up than Idris. Instinctively, he knew he could introduce her to his children – Isan, 17, and Winston, five – and their families “blended”. “Sabrina has deepened friendships with people I’ve known longer than [her], nurturing the best side of me to make me connect to my friends more.” She has become, he explains, his “anchor”. (Source: www.vogue.co.uk)


“I have no intention of being a figurehead,” Elba tells the Guardian, of the couple’s new position as UN goodwill ambassadors for the International Fund for Agricultural Development (Ifad). Referring to Canada’s significant investment, which encouraged other nations to step in, an Ifad spokesperson says Elba was phenomenal as an advocate for rural communities in African countries.

Idris Elba made waves at the end of 2019 for his starring role in Cats alongside Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, Judi Dench, and James Corden. But this month, the actor has made headlines after testing positive for COVID-19, or coronavirus. "This morning I tested positive for COVID-19. I feel ok, I have no symptoms so far but have been isolated since I found out about my possible exposure to the virus. Stay home people and be pragmatic. I will keep you updated on how I'm doing No panic," he said in a video message. (Source: www.oprahdaily.com)



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