Hodan Nalayeh

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Hodan Nalayeh (Somali: Hodan Naalaye; Arabic: هودان نالايآه‎; 1976 – July 12, 2019) was a Somali-Canadian media executive, marketing consultant, social activist and businesswoman. She was the President of the Cultural Integration Agency and the Vice President of Sales & Programming Development of Cameraworks Productions International. She was also a television producer who worked on American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance.[1] She was born in Las Anod, Somalia.

She lived in Toronto, Ontario. Nalayeh and her husband Farid were killed during a terrorist attack at Hotel Asasey in Kismayo, Somalia, on July 12, 2019.[2]

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  1. "International Award-Winning, Cameraworks Productions, Introduces VP, Sales & Programming Development". Cameraworks Productions International. Retrieved 1 April 2015.
  2. Dalsan, Radio (2019-07-12). "BREAKING Intergration TV's Hodan Naaleye and husband Farid confirmed dead in the #Kismayo Alshabaab attack. Hodan established the first diaspora english online TV covering life of Somalis in diaspora and in Somalia. She was expectant at the time of her death #Somaliapic.twitter.com/eidSTjwDLj". @DalsanFM. Retrieved 2019-07-12.

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