In 2006, Fatou Niang founded 368 Consulting & Communications, LLC, an agency dedicated to create, implement and achieve communications strategies including public relations, media relations, special events, sponsorship and fund raising goals for their clients. Fatou has strong experience and a long history in the area of public and media relations. She joined Disneyland Paris in 1992 as a publicist in media relations in charge of women, senior, family and trade press. Subsequently she was in charge ofthe African media in Paris and abroad. In 1996 Fatou moved to the US from France. As the New York correspondent for Diva Magazine (a French women's magazine geared toward the African community), she covered the Beijing + 5 Women's Conference at the UN in 2000.
Fatou is very involved in her community. She is a Committee Member of The New Canaan Rams All Sports Booster Club whose mission is to enrich and enhance athletics at New Canaan High School. Fatu was V.P. Ways & Means of the Newcomers Club of New Canaa n as well as on the Board of the Young Women's League of New Canaan (YWL). YWL is an organization that focuses on women and family issues in Lower Fairfield County, CT . Beyond her New Canaan community, she is a member of the Personnel Committee at The Carver Foundation of Norwalk whose mission is to help children reach their greatest potential by providing educational, social, and recreational programs in a positive, safe and fun environment. She chaired many fundraising events to support the Carver Foundation along with the local charity "Shakespeare On the Sound" which delivers year-round educational programs in the schools and local libraries that showcases Shakespeare's great theater classics for a broad audience, reaching a diverse cross-section ofpeople of all ages and economic background. Fatou also chaired many fundraising events to support nationwide charities such as AmeriCares and the Red Cross.
Fatou is married with two children. She has a BA in advertising, marketing and communication from CNED in France. Fatou is French-American with an African heritage. Her family origins are from Cote D'Ivoire and Malia in West Africa. She speaks French (her native language), English and Spanish fluently.