If you fail to give your wards quality education in their youthful days, they lose their past and will remain dead to the future.
Gwendolyne Brown is a product of Seven Great Princes Academy who has scored 100% in English Literature at the Advance Subsidiary Level in the United Kingdom (UK).
Gwendolyne has now completed her Degree Programme in Politics and Economics at the Southampton University & obtained a First Class Honours Degree. Distinctively she has been offered a scholarship to pursue her Master’s Programme at the same University.
She has also been awarded the Dean’s List Award because of her outstanding performance in Part III and in her overall Degree Programme.
Get a quality education at Seven Great Princes Academy; the ONLY SCHOOL in the country which has produced a Ghanaian to score 100% in English Literature at the Advanced Subsidiary Level in the United Kingdom (UK).
Seven Great Princes Academy is the best Private S.H.S. and J.H.S. in the Greater Accra Region.
The school’s battle cry is; quality rather than quantity distinguishes the matter.
Contact: 0244263304 / 0244842293
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Eli Kharis Features Peace Hyde On Her #EarnYourCrown Series.
E.I.B networks celebrated award-winning media personality known in the showbiz circles as Eli Kharis but christened at birth Ms Elinam Amenyo introduces new features to her well patronized magazine-style website http://elikharis.com/.
The new feature for the popular inspirational column ‘Earn Your Crown (EYC)’, featured one of the most powerful women in media; currently the Head of Digital Media and Partnership as well as the West African Correspondent at Forbes Africa, Peace Hyde. The dynamic lady working across Forbes Africa’s digital platform on revenue and audience growth initiatives as well as the editorial head for the West African region. Also the founder of leading education non-profit Aim Higher Africa, which has a focus on empowering unemployed youths in Africa to transform their passion into business.
The popular media personality and Humanitarian disclosed to Eli Kharis in this new issue of ‘EYC’, that her biggest challenge in life was overcoming her negative mindset. Obstacles she says are inevitable in life, but one needs to overcome them to enable you to succeed in your chosen or any field. The very difficult step is in overcoming your own fears and doubts, and that lies in adopting the right mindset. “For the longest time I was consumed with what people would think of me and that dictated a lot of the things I did until I decided to change my mindset”, she said. How did Ms Hyde overcome these challenges; log on to the site and read all about it.
For our 3rd feature on‘Give Back’: A column that seeks to project the works of Non-Governmental Organizations and Individuals doing charitable works, and solicit for support. We are privileged to have on board a foundation ‘Matic Music School’using one of the most powerful arts, music to groom children. The purpose of this initiative is not only to develop their skills and talents but also serve as an opportunity to explore themselves and their abilities. Founded by renowned media personality and Entrepreneur born Nana Yaw Oduro-Agyei, popularly known as Trigmatic.
For our fashion lovers, head to ‘Style Gist’ column and learn all about the must have Fashion wardrobe essentials for the New Year. A guide that will help you bring your outfits together from start to finish without having to worry about what to wear, making you look flawlessly chic.
An informative piece put together by Blogger, Pro Personal and Wardrobe Stylist, MolekorAdeyinka, all the way from Nigeria: One of the best Fashion consultants, who have partnered with and consults for beauty and fashion blogs, websites, individuals and brands around the world and is the brain behind the SBM Wardrobe Swap Parties.
The magazine-style website has a clean uncluttered design, improved functionality and enhanced rich content that showcases Eli Kharis’s diverse talents and career, whereas that is also a place for her to blog and share the content that she creates. It is easy to spend a great deal of time on her website as it covers a wide range of subjects from fashion, life style, entertainment and inspiring stories.
Read all about the newest Features on the website, link below: http://elikharis.com/
Millennial Maiden Seminar.
Futurist Women Ghana is proud to present their Annual Brunch Series Titled Millennial Maiden 18. The Social Enterprise Foundation has been set up to provide exposure and equality for women and youth in undeveloped communities laying the foundation, educating and empowering them with skills and knowledge to allow them to adapt to the developing trends across all disciplines. The foundations vision is to set up socially and economically conscious global leaders who are ready to embrace gender and career equalities and also to create a conscious collective within society.
Millennial Maiden 18 is one of its kind! Its theme for this year is “Providing solutions to Breaking career barriers globally”, emphasising on global position and being globally relevant, the Do’s and Do Not’s across all different disciplines and how to effectively network.
Millennial Maiden 18 shall be taking place on the 14th-15th of December 2018
Time: from 10am -3pm (Both Days)
Venue: Christian Health Association of Ghana, (CHAG), Labone, Accra
“IT’S A FREE EVENT”
Reserve your seat at www.Eventbrite.co.uk/MillennialMaiden18
Speakers at the events will be: Tiffany Nelson Global Business Development Consultant (General Overseer of Futurist women Africa& Asia), Miss Laillah-Crystal Banda (Public Relations officer-Empire Group of Companies), Kwame A.A. Opuku (ECOWASYC Amb for Peace and Lead Futurist), Blessed S.Agyemang (CEO of Herrade Africa Group, Edma Lawer (Gas and Oil Consultant), Sakeena Addo (CEO of bySakeena) and many more .
They will be discussing various topics regarding career objectives, women in position, and governance as well as future ideologies on career paths and many more.
This programme is brought to you in Partnership with The Institute of Future Learning, GEPSUK (Ghana Education Professional Society UK) and Sankofa Africa.
We are using the hashtag @ #MillennialmaidenFW18.
Follow us on all social media platforms @Futurist Women.
Our Mission is Clear for our Tomorrow to Count, Development is Key lets acquire the right Skill Set to Make our Economy Stable, Emphasising on Equality and changing the Generic Narrative.
We hope to see you there.
We are by this release inviting all media houses to make this event a successful one. Thank you.
Gloria Kafui Bribi
P.R.O, Futurist Women
Meet Yayra Tamakloe; The Ghanaian Writer And Director Who Redefined Stage Play At Kent University With R.A.P.E.
On the evening of November 19th and 20th, 2018, a young “Ayigbe’ woman as she loves to be referred to staged and directed her own self written play with the acronym R.A.P.E (Respect. Appreciate. Protect. Educate) at Kent University in the U.S.
The famous BlackBox theatre at the school of performing arts played host to the 1st runner up of Miss Ghana USA 2015‘s play, which touched on a very sensitive issue society is faced with and battles to unravel. The play featured carefully selected cast who were best fit for the roles.
The Tema born who later moved to New Tafo with family, completed her primary and JSS at C.R.IG in New Tafo then attended OKUASS for high school, but didn’t complete the four years as she had to move abroad and currently finishing up school at Kent State University working towards her BFA.
It’s palpable her own personal experience in life has shaped her and plays a pivotal role in her bringing to bear such a masterpiece stage write. In an exclusive interview with Kwesi Omega of Georgebritton.com she posited the below.
“R.A.P.E, the Grey Play is a Play I wrote to talk about the blurred areas of sexual abuse in our society (and by society, I mean globally). There are so many “why” factors that drive people to this act and they are not always planned.”
She further stated passionately that, “Nonetheless, sexual abuse is a messy epidemic which doesn’t get spoken about until it happens. Victims or survivors of this act usually blame themselves and people are either quick to judge or throw the “you should report line” without thinking about the whole situation. I believe no one should suffer through this because it’s a touchy subject, but before we blurt our judgements or what we think are solutions, we need to put the survivors of this act first and just be there for them without seeming like we are telling them how to cope.”
Touching on how we can support people who suffer the unfortunate experience of sexual abuse, she said, “People cope differently and at their own pace. We need to support them how they would want us to and sometimes that is hard because they wouldn’t like to do the reporting thing.”
She went along and said, “Sexual abuse and violence happens every day and everywhere, we need to start thinking like persons on the receiving end so we know how to adequately support them because it’s not as black or white as we make it seem.”
She also posited that once we master the approach of survivor-centered-support, it makes it easier for them to trust us and eventually they can move to the systems that will deal with the situations with a much more formal approach.
Congratulations to a sister living in the diaspora doing exploits, you can follow Yayra on all social media platforms; Browhnshuga
Below are the event in pictures