Category Archives: Society

#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: Christina Nimely

Christina Nimely is a Ghanaian business owner who was born in New York City. She has two successful brands founded in 2017 and 2019. Her first brand is a skincare brand, SkinByAme, offering natural skin care products with an emphasis on natural beauty and self-care. Her second brand is a clothing company, Amé Et Emy. …

#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 – …

#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: 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 …

#GhanaMades50: Sherlina Nym

Social media influencer and digital creator Sherlina Nym of Ghanaian and Turkish descent is a streetwear fashion vet with an incredible eye for style and fashion. Nym came from humble beginnings and always had to apply herself, relying on faith, hard work and consistency to achieve her goals.  She says she always had the passion …

#GhanaMade50: Hemah K

Hemah K is a UK-based media personality initially introduced to the media world during her professional presentation of captivating interviews with entertainment industry giants such as  Young MA, Idris Elba, Krept and Konan, etc, for LinkUp TV and other online platforms. Following this success, she then elevated towards having her own radio breakfast show at …

#GhanaMades50: Scilla Owusu

At 24, the young music video director already counts A-list stars such as Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Burna Boy and Fuse ODG among her clients. She has also worked with global brands such as Patoranking, Mr Eazi & Davido. Scilla’s acuity, storytelling skills, creative capacity and meticulousness have transformed the music industry, rightly positioning audiovisuals as an …

#GhanaMades50: Whitney boateng

Whitney Boateng, previously a Junior Promoter at Live Nation, started her career in music as an intern for Renowned Group doing music management. Her time there saw her work with the likes of George the Poet, Jacob Banks and Wretch 32; where she learnt the intricacies of the music business before recognising that management did …

#GhanaMade50: Bridgette Manful

Having grown up with two very cultured Asante parents, Bridgette was always intrigued and eager to learn more about her culture. Her father made it a point to act as though he didn’t understand English, so any conversations she and her siblings had with him had to be in Twi (their native dialect), or he …

#GhanaMades50: Brianna Agyemang

Billboard Women In Music 2020 Executive of the Year, Brianna Agyemang has made it her mission during her tenure in music to move with both purpose and kindness. Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Brianna first started in the music industry through a string of internships including Bad Boy Records, Columbia Records, as well …