Category Archives: Opinion Editorials

#GhanaMades50: Anna Acheampong

Anna Acheampong is a YouTuber as well as a mother of two. Only knowing Amsterdam/the Netherlands as her homeland, Acheampong decided that in 2020, when COVID hit, it was time to take her journey back. Starting The Acheampong Family Youtube channel a year ago, Acheampong vlogs the journey of her family’s move back to Ghana. …

#GhanaMade50: Adjoa Kyerematen

Adjoa Kyerematen is an award-winning PR and political strategist, lobbyist, social entrepreneur, mom, and wife. Adjoa has 15+ years of political expertise and has advised at top levels of the U.S. government as a former Communications Director on Capitol Hill and most recently served as the Co-Organizing Director of the National Steering Committee for the …

#GhanaMades50: Peace Hyde

Peace Hyde is a Ghanaian British educational activist, motivational speaker, trained psychologist and media entrepreneur. She is also the Head of Digital Media and Partnership as well as the West Africa Correspondent for Forbes Africa. This role entails that she is responsible for working across the company’s digital platform for the purpose of sourcing revenue …

#GhanaMades50: Babette Van Aalst

Babette is the CEO and founder of Loaves & Fish Advertising agency & LF studios, as well as the author of ‘Lost in the Redd’. She is of Ghanaian and  Dutch descent. She is currently based in Ghana and the UK. She is also the mother of an amazing 4-year-old.  Babette has been in the …

#GhanaMades50: Alexandra Ampofo

Alexandra is a Live Music Promoter at one of the UK’s leading gig promoters, Metropolis Music, part of the conglomerate of live music giants, Live Nation Entertainment. The Business Management and Leadership graduate also heads Diversity Employee Resource Group, starting EMBRACE Nation at Live Nation UK – a cultural hub striving towards racial equality in …

#GhanaMade50: Michele Preko

In her professional life, Michele Preko has been a registered nurse for 4 years. She is in the second year of her Master’s degree geared at making her a Family Nurse Practitioner, a title under which she will have autonomy similar to that of a practicing doctor in prescribing medications and providing patient centered care …

#GhanaMades50: Hayet Rida

Hayet Rida is a blogger, influencer, and all-around woman of style. She had started blogging to document her amazing weight loss journey and is now well known for her self-love ethos, unapologetic opinions, and great taste.  Chicago-based Hayet prides herself on her transparency – something so many people call to see more of online – …

#GhanaMades50: Mz Dru

Mz Dru is a presenter, voice-over artist and youth empowerment advocate. After making the move to return home to Ghana from the UK nearly 3 years ago she really has made her mark. Mz Dru has worked with some prominent brands and been a brand ambassador, presented on top television and radio stations, MC’d at …

#GhanaMades50: Dior Bediako

Dior Bediako is the founder of Pepper Your Talk, a phy-gital platform for young fashion creatives. Why phy-gital? Because through PYT, she aims to create as many physical experiences offline and in real life, as she does digitally. In 2017, she founded The Junior Network, fashion’s first member’s club for young professionals. With the help …

#GhanaMade50: Amelia Quaye

Amelia Quaye is an entrepreneur and qualified real estate agent from Atlanta, Georgia, who used her years of pre-med science education to aid her in building a prolific skincare business during the pandemic. Before her recent success in skincare, Amelia was always a consistent, enterprising woman. Moving to Dubai to work as a teacher, becoming …

#GhanaMades50: Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh

Angela Kyerematen-Jimoh is a Ghanaian business leader and the Regional General Manager for IBM Africa in charge of North, East and West Africa where she pioneers some of the largest business deals in the region, – the first African woman to ever hold this mantle. She graduated from Harvard Business School in Leadership Development, and …

#GhanaMades50: Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah

In 2010, British-born Ghanaian Ms Nadia Takyiwaa-Mensah had a spiritual calling and moved to Ghana, West Africa, with her 4-month-old son, where she established a marketing agency named Sixth Sense which successfully won their first account with Vodafone Ghana after 2 months of being in operation. This win and successful execution was the beginning of …