Month: August 2021

40 Under 40 Awards 2021: Esinam Afi Seade Nominated For Community Development Award

Esinam Afi Seade, the youth and women in leadership advocate and rising public speaker has been named as one of the nominees for this year’s 40 under 40 awards. She is in the running for the award for Community Development, something she has built her brand on and is well known for. The Forty under …

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The Anti-Aging Clinic Reforming Health Care Delivery in Ghana; Meet American Rejuvenation Clinic

As the concern for proper healthcare delivery continues to be of major interest for many individuals, people around the world both young and old are on a constant lookout for health care providers championing quality and enhanced health care to entrust their lives to and forsooth, the American Rejuvenation Clinic has not failed to live …

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Award-Winning Blogger Edward Asare Delivers Talk at Women Empowerment Summit

Award-winning digital marketer and blogger Edward Asare over the weekend delivered a talk at a Women Empowerment Summit organised by Diana Wilson and her Yielding Accomplished African Women organisation. The only man on the panel, Edward talked about creating a holistic brand using social media and how to find your career path. Some other speakers …

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Meet Andrew Okoro: From Owerri to 4 PhD Acceptances In the U.S.

Getting into graduate school has always been a competitive process.  Throw in the COVID-19 pandemic and you have today’s impossibly cutthroat process where even the most brilliant students have to justify their inclusion by achieving incredulous feats.  With master’s degrees, one can say the process is comparatively docile put beside the hustle for PhD opportunities, especially fully …

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From Victim To Victor: Meet Ebenezer Azamati, The Blind Ghanaian President of the Oxford AfriSoc

Ebenezer Azamati, a visually impaired Ghanaian student of the University of Oxford has been elected president of the Oxford African Society (AfriSoc). Sharing the news on the official AfriSoc Twitter account, it was revealed that Azamati will take over from past president Elisha Ngetich, who had been serving in the role. The Oxford University Africa …

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Young Entrepreneur Favour Nwobodo Chosen As Tony Elemelu Foundation Coach

Self-styled polyglot, Favour Nwobodo has recently been named as a Tony Elumelu Foundation coach. She is set to begin her engagement with the next cohort of Tony Elemelu Entrepreneurs in June, 2022. The Tony Elumelu Foundation is an international non-governmental organisation focused on entrepreneurship in Africa with the aim of empowering women and men across the continent. …

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Meet Kwame Adusei, One of The Top Graduating Lawyers of UG

The law profession is one of the most prestigious professions all over the world and has been home to some of the most brilliant minds over the course of history. Starting from the orators of Ancient Greece, the profession has undergone many structural changes to become what it is today. Today, more and more bright …

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Chosen For Chevening: Young Woman From Botswana, Chaikhwa Nani Lobatse

Disability, they say, is not inability. This saying has proven true once again and this time, for Chaikhwa Nani Lobatse, a young lady from Botswana who has recently been chosen for the prestigious Chevening program. A registered nurse in Botswana, Chaikhwa lost her leg to cancer but did not let that stop her from pursuing …

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Joyce Bawah Mogtari: A Communicator, A Leader & A Mother

Joyce Bawah Mogtari has gradually become a staple name in Ghanaian politics, making a mark for herself as one of the women in the nation’s politics to watch in the few coming years. With her impeccable public image, impressive communication skills and trove of experience and qualifications, it is no wonder former President of the …

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Meet Susan Ofori Atta, The First Female Ghanaian Medical Doctor

In a previous post on EdwardAsare.com, it was shared that girls and women over the years have been systematically diverted from science and math education, consequently limiting their career options in fields that require these skills. Women reportedly make up only 28% of the workforce in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and so when they choose and excel …

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