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Adwoa Agyemang | Ghana | Amplify Diverse Voices

Super Connector | Event Organiser | Author | Consultant

Diaspora Relations | Fintech | Real Estate


Adwoa Agyemang's story is one of resilience, innovation, and community-building that continues to evolve and inspire. Beyond her impressive professional achievements, Adwoa is a force for change, dedicating her time and expertise to uplift underserved communities and amplify diverse voices. As the Founder of Shop Share Gh, Adwoa has created a platform for entrepreneurs to collaborate and thrive, fostering a supportive ecosystem for small businesses to flourish. Her commitment to economic empowerment extends to her role as Lead Consultant at KS Konsult Ghana Limited, where she spearheads communication strategies and drives business development initiatives with precision and passion.


Adwoa's impact reverberates across continents through her work with the Ghanaian Londoners Network, an organization she founded to empower diaspora communities and nurture the next generation of leaders.


Through innovative programs like the Young Entrepreneurs Programme and the Women in Enterprise awards, Adwoa has become a catalyst for positive change, inspiring countless individuals to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.


In addition to her entrepreneurial ventures, Adwoa has lent her expertise to organizations like MBC Africa, where she served as Operations Director, implementing strategic initiatives to drive growth and enhance client engagement. Her dedication to excellence and her ability to lead with empathy have earned her accolades and admiration from peers and partners alike.


Adwoa's journey is a testament to the transformative power of entrepreneurship and community engagement. With her boundless energy and unwavering commitment to making a difference, Adwoa Agyemang continues to redefine what it means to be a leader in today's interconnected world.


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LinkedIn: Adwoa Agyemang

Instagram: @adwoa_agyemang

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