Music Producer, Content Producer, Digital Producer

Leading Lady, Layla Adonia – Follow The L

Layla Adonia (@FevTec) is an upcoming Toronto phenomenon who is passionate about setting ambitious trends among hardworking young women.  Born in Khartom Sudan,  Layla lived there for 2 short years before moving to London, Ontario Canada. After graduating high school as student body president,  Layla then moved to Toronto where she then pursued a post-secondary education in health & fitness. Quickly learning this was not the best fit for her, Layla experiment with life a bit… traveling and later interning at that PR thing inc in Downtown Toronto. After working alongside one of Toronto’s best publicist, Layla realized public relations and event coordination were her callings.

Layla Adonia, Toronto

Realizing her passion was in “making things happen”, Layla refined her education in Media & Design at Fanshawe College (London, Ontario), graduating in the spring of 2011.  She is currently expanding her industry education in the graduate program for Marketing Management.

Toronto’s Top Industry Power Females

Involved in every aspect of the industry, Layla Adonia (Feven Tecleab) has conquered areas of pr, radio & event coordinating through Toronto and other U.S. cities.  At such a young age,  Layla is the founder of which has taken off in a relatively short period of time.  Deemed by Industry Excess Magazine as “One of Toronto’s top industry power females” alongside other Canadian heavy hitters like DJ Lissa Monet, Jeni McKenzie of Flow 93.5 FM, Choreographer Kitana, Lola Plaku, Layla has made it her personal mission to unite Eritrean youth globally.

Layla Adonia

Layla has alot of pride in her Eritrean culture and continues to represent her country every moment she gets. Being the Vice President of Culture & Entertainment for the nonprofit organization, Meseret Eritrean Youth Development, Layla partnered with Adulis ‘DJ Chedo; Mokanan, Harina Mokanan, Huruy Woldemicael and Abyel Ghebredingle to create MESRadio: A global online cultural talk radio show that tackled issues that Eritrean youth in the diaspora face.

After a year and a half with an unsatisfied layout the perfectionist boldly shut down her site for 2 months to bring it back to life with a new look. In her search for web designers a team of web developers were recommended to her, Inspiratica. 

At her core, event coordinating is where Layla’s heart is. This summer she contributed to the launch of flYYZ, a chic networking event held every Sunday in the heart of downtown Toronto inside the Proof Vodka Bar + Sky Lounge inside the Intercontinental Yorkville. Within the second week of the event’s existence, Layla celebrated the relaunch of her site with a sponsorship from Sony Music Canada. Creating the ideal relaxed environment,  Layla showcased her site on sponsored Blackberry playbooks which were easy for guests to share and view the new site at their own speed.

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