Ghanaian bilingual broadcaster, proficient compère, and entertainer Anita M. V. Erskine and others have been shortlisted for the 100 Most Influential Women in Africa.
Positioned at number 10, the girls’ education advocate is enrolled along with other powerful African women from 34 countries selected from various vocation backgrounds including strategy, governmental issues, activism, enterprise, business administration and entertainment.
The characters on the list additionally includes other incredible Ghanaians like: Lucy Quist, the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Morgan Stanley, who is also a Ghanaian, just as the Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana, Patricia Obo-Nai.
From Benin is Veteran performer Angelique Kidjo, Nigerian blogger Linda Ikeji and Nigerian artists Yemi Alade and Sinach. Other African countries also have representatives on the list.
As indicated by Aviance Media who compiled the list, the designations are centered around women who are driving different activities over the countries and tries to introduce them as good examples for the more youthful age.
The selection was made dependent on their fantastic accomplishments as women, along these lines merit high recommendations among other female pioneers in Africa.
These women were chosen dependent on excellence in administration and performance, individual achievements, promise to sharing knowledge, breaking business as usual and being a practiced African women.