THE VOICE OF THE GHANAIAN DIASPORA

#GhanaMades50: Danielle Kwateng

Born in 1987 to two Ghanaian immigrants, Danielle Kwateng is a journalist, editor, entrepreneur, and cultural critic. After earning her degree in print journalism and fashion merchandising from Howard University, Danielle attended Columbia University’s coveted Publishing Course. There, she refined her skills as a reporter and learned the art of authentic, authoritative storytelling. In the …

#GhanaMades50: Clara Amfo

Clara Amfo is best known for her 10am -1pm BBC Radio 1 show, and it’s world famous Live Lounge slot. Clara’s show has seen her interview the world’s most prolific artists from Jay-Z, Ariana Grande, Kendrick Lamar and Pharrell Williams to name but a few.  She was also the host of the iconic BBC Radio …

#GhanaMades50: Chanel Ambrose

Chanel Ambrose is a Content Creator of 10 years, who’s journey began on Youtube back in 2012. She was one of the pioneers when it came to Black British Women on Youtube buzzing with; Beauty, Lifestyle and Fashion videos we needed in our community. Through her platform she has been able to birth several businesses …

#GhanaMades50: Catherine Addai

Catherine Addai is the founder and CEO of Toronto fashion boutique Kaela Kay, and the recipient of 2019 Ladies Wear Designer of the year award from the African Fashion Industry Awards. She has won three times, with her most recent win in August 2019. Catherine started her business because she wanted to wear pieces she …

#GhanaMades50: Coach Cass

Cassandra Nuamah, aka “Coach Cass” is a dance fitness & wellness coach that makes healthy living and positive energy contagious through dance, fitness, curated travel, and community service. She’s a master Kukuwa® African Dance Fitness Instructor, teaching and training people in this style of dance fitness globally.  The Kukuwa®African Dance Workout she teaches is an …

#GhanaMades50: Bridget Boakye

Bridget Boakye is a data scientist, writer, activist, and entrepreneur based in Accra, Ghana. Raised in both Ghana and the U.S., she is particularly interested in issues that draw on the experiences, insights, and values from both Africa and the African Diaspora. She is currently an Amplify Africa Fellow and member of the Global Shapers …

#GhanaMades50: Bozoma Saint John

Bozoma Saint John, also known as Boz, is media executive popularly known for her leadership at several multinational corporations such as PepsiCo, Beats, Apple Music, Uber, Endeavor, and currently Netflix. She was born in the United States, but grew up during her childhood in Ghana when her parents decided to move back to the nation …

#GhanaMade50: Br3nya

Br3nya is a British Born Ghanaian Rapper, Singer and Songwriter. She entered the music scene in 2018 and since then she has made her mark and proven she’s here to stay and bring some much-needed assertiveness and confidence within the UK music scene. Since merging into the music scene she has graced the stage  at …

#GhanaMades50: Bernicia Boateng

Bernicia Boateng is a British-Ghanaian Pro Makeup Artist and Influencer. She embarked on this journey over 5 years ago. During these years, her work has been noticed on a wide scale, by working with influential women from all over the world. Some of which include, our fellow honourees Michaela Coel and Clara Afmo, alongside other …

#GhanaMades: Audrey Indome

British-Ghanaian Audrey Indome works as a PA at a media agency. However, she is popularly known for being 1/3 of Award Winning UK based podcast, The Receipts. The Receipts podcast is a space centred around unfiltered girl chat,  also seen as a “WhatsApp group come to life” through engaging in tops of all nature’s that …

#GhanaMades50: Dentaa Amoateng, MBE

Dentaa Amoateng MBE is the President and CEO of the GUBA Enterprise which consists of the GUBA Awards, GUBA Expo, GUBA Foundation, GUBA Careers, GUBA Diaspora card and  GUBA Tours. Dentaa is a dedicated mother of four and altruistic individual who has positively influenced many through her work with the GUBA Enterprise. The GUBA Awards …

#GhanaMades50: Andria Asare Anderson Adjei

Andria Asare Anderson Adjei is an entrepreneur and founder of award-winning Kanni’s Undiscovered Beauty Luxury Virgin Hair “KUB” and Think Pretty Salon in London. Andria saw a gap in the hair and beauty industry and began to make her mark, since 2011. Almost a decade later she has been blessed to transform her hobby into …