THE VOICE OF THE GHANAIAN DIASPORA

#GhanaMades50: Sandra Appiah Babu-Boateng

Sandra Appiah Babu-Boateng is the co-founder and CEO of Face2face Africa, one of the largest pan-African digital media and events companies in the U.S. engaging a smart, affluent, and robust market of foreign-born blacks and African-Americans. Sandra and partner Isaac Boateng founded Face2face Africa in 2011 to reshape the pan-African narrative and amplify the voice …

#GhanaMades50: Nicole Crentsil

Nicole Crentsil is an established public speaker, curator & festival director. In 2018, Forbes listed Nicole as one of 100 women to follow on Twitter and LinkedIn. Her passion for supporting and promoting diversity through various industries alongside her drive to stimulate and facilitate forward thinking conversations awarded Nicole as TimeOut’s 1 of 50 Londoner’s …

#GhanaMades50: Nicole Amarteifio

Nicole Amarteifio is dubbed “the Shonda Rhimes of Ghana.” This is a weighty accolade that Nicole Amarteifio is eager to measure up to the honor. The self-taught TV producer and director has made waves locally and abroad with her work. Nicole and her family fled from the series of political coups that was taking place …

#GhanaMades50: Nana Fofie

Nana Fofie is your new favorite R&B artist from overseas. Hailing from Rotterdam, Netherlands, the Dutch Ghanaian rising star has an unwavering love and passion for music — which began at the early age of 5. Describing herself as “a regular girl who loves to sing and write music,” Nana is also a proud mother …

#GhanaMades50: Melissa Holdbrook-Akposoe

Melissa Holdbrook-Akposoe also known as Melissa’s Wardrobe is a Celebrity Stylist, Blogger and Interior Decorator. Though some may think Melissa took the unconventional route when it comes to making a living, despite studying Criminology at University  she has pushed boundaries  and excelled to a point where her creativity towards her work as a stylist, can …

#GhanaMades50: Nana Addison

Nana Addison is the strategist behind some of your favourite brand activations, director of exciting experience events and live music formats as well as rising a tech & beauty entrepreneur. Nana Addison is a real modern day renaissance woman. Her love for tech, culture, music and startup entrepreneurship has fueled Nana to embark on an …

#GhanaMades50: Nana Agyemang

Nana Agyemang is a social media editor at the Cut, with a focus on the brand’s work on Instagram. She has previously worked with ELLE Magazine, The New York Times and BBC News as a social media story teller, strategist, video host and writer. In 2016 she created, EveryStylishGirl, a media startup which helps to …

#GhanaMades50: Mylah Shyv

Mylah Shyvonne Maame Yaa Agyiwah Gyimah. A name that shows the mercy of God and traces her back to her family in Ghana, West Africa. In our culture they say that one of the most powerful things you can give a child is their name. A name can project a child’s entire future while at …

#GhanaMades50: Monica Owusu-Breen

Monica Owusu-Breen is an American television producer and screenwriter. Owusu-Breen has described herself as a “half-Spanish, half Ghanaian” woman.  She was born in England and lived in Spain as a child where she learned to speak English from watching television. She moved to Brooklyn with her family at the age of 8.  Monica graduated from Brown University then attended a PhD program …

#GhanaMades50: Dr. Michelle

Dr. Michelle (PhD) is an educational psychologist with a goal to educate women in accessing their true power. Hey YouTube channel has a focus on self- confidence, femininity, relationship guidance, mental health, spiritual connection and living a “purpose driven” lifestyle. Her hope is that every viewer feels safe and welcome and learns how to create …

#GhanaMades50: Nikki Okrah

Growing up with a mom with high blood pressure and a dad with diabetes, finding great tasting snacks that have low sodium and no added sugars was very difficult, and still is today. Over 100 million Americans suffer from the same illness as her parents. The alternative and healthy snack food market is growing at …

#GhanaMades50: Nana Odum

Nana Odum is a Professional Fashion stylist best known as Trendy Rail. The name Trendy Rail came about as she came to the realisation that in the world of fashion, all trendy prices need a Rail.  She always has an interest in fashion, however being a visual merchandiser for five years is what propelled  her …