One size doesn't fit all.
That’s why we provide customized placements.
You tell us what issues you’re interested in exploring and we’ll go through our rolodex of partners to craft the perfect placement.
The local media professionals we work with cover virtually every topic from social issues to sports, politics to poverty, technology to travel. They’re reporters, filmmakers, bloggers, photographers, satirists and cartoonists.
Have a passion for health? We'll match you with with Kobby- a nurse who started an online health magazine. He regularly appears on radio and TV and uses media to educate Ghanaians about wellness, with the goal of empowering them to make better health decisions.
Interested in lifestyle and entertainment? We'll pair you up with Ameyaw- a top celebrity blogger. He's essentially the Perez Hilton of Africa, but cooler. (Sorry Perez.)
No matter your interests, there's someone in the field you can learn from.
Our storytellers are...
Natives of Ghana. We work with locals who have a deep understanding of the context and strong contacts on the ground.
Working professionals with an average of 5 years of media experience. Our partners have honed their craft and have impressive portfolios to show for it.
Creative, entrepreneurial go-getters. They’ve launched podcasts, started media agencies and pioneered reporting in their chosen field.
Humble brag! Their work has appeared in...
Here are just some of the professionals you could be paired with...
Stanley- a photographer and designer- is the force behind Humans of Ghana, a spin-off of the popular Humans of New York project. He captures the portraits and stories of everyday Ghanaians. Stanley is a founding partner of the Immaculate Group, a group of creative professionals that provide lifestyle and wedding photography.
Selase is a multimedia journalist who tells stories with a combination of words, photographs, video, audio and interactive graphics. His work has appeared in numerous Ghanaian media outlets and international outlets including The New York Times, Al Jazeera, Quartz and CBS New York.
Betty is the Head of News at Pulse Gh (Ringier Ghana), working with a team of journalists to set the daily news agenda. She is a former radio reporter and producer. She created the documentary Dying to Give Life to share stories of maternal mortality in Ghana’s Northern Region. Betty’s report about an unethical business that facilitated Caucasian sperm donation so Ghanaian couples could have 'superior' mixed-race babies led to the business being shut down.
Francis works as a freelance photojournalist, documenting everyday life, culture and social progression. He’s known for capturing everyday life in Accra on his Instagram account AccraPhoto. Francis’ photography has been featured by Reuters.
Eunice is a journalist with Africa Rizing, a digital media startup that connects the next generation of influencers across the African continent to engage in conversations and create solutions for today’s challenges. As a Digital Media Specialist, she produces online media and radio broadcast pieces in Ghana, Nigeria and Ivory Coast.
Ameyaw is a freelance journalist and blogger, best known for his reporting on African celebrities. His website covers topics including lifestyle, arts, culture and celebrity gossip. His award-winning blog is a favourite amongst pop culture enthusiasts across Africa. Ameyaw has interviewed celebrities including Sean Paul, Wyclef, Ludacris and John Legend.
Gary is the creator of the world's first and only podcast about African football- FC Africa, of which he is a producer and presenter. He is also an online editor with SuperSport, the largest sport network in Africa. Every week, he digs into the stories behind the headlines in African football as a columnist for ESPN Soccernet. Gary has freelanced for numerous international media outlets including BBC, CNN, Eurosport and The Guardian.
Jemila is the founder and editor of the award-winning website Circumspecte.com. She uses digital technology to explore the nuances and interactions between African culture, policy, philosophy and human interest issues. Jemila has written for Devex and the LSE Africa Blog, alongside features on Al-Jazeera, ThoughtCatalog and Global Voices. She enjoys reading, travel, photography, global cuisine, and speaks French and Arabic.
Layman Lyndon Lynch is the anonymous satirist behind The Casablanca Report. The online publication describes itself as a “ruthless news sniffing, scandal chasing, whistle blowing, lie shoving, ordinary folk mounting platform newspaper.” L.L. Lynch uses this platform to make social and political commentary about Ghanaian and African politics. A graphic designer by trade, when L.L. Lynch is not in character, he is a children’s book author and music producer for artists in Ghana.
Nana is the founder of NKACC, a creative agency and production house in Accra, Ghana. He’s an award-winning filmmaker, photographer and creative consultant whose clients include Coca-Cola, L’Oreal and the United Nations Development Programme. Nana is best known as a music video producer, having produced videos for the country’s top artists including Sarkodie, Efya and R2Bees.
Kobby is a Senior Staff Nurse at Accra’s Korle Bu Teaching Hospital. He has a special interest in mental health nursing and using media to promote public health. He is the founder of Ghana Health Nest, an online portal that provides information to inform and empower Ghanaians to make decisions relating to their health. Kobby has been involved in community-led initiatives such as Ebola Watch Ghana. He is a frequent health expert with various media outlets and is a Community Health Educator on X95.1 FM.
And the list goes on...
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