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ADN Welcomes Emelia Enyonam Kuleke - Consulting Hub Manager for ADN Robotics and AI Innovation Hub #1

Emelia Enyonam Kuleke’s vast experience cuts across Development Communication, Ghana’s Tech & Startup Ecosystem, Journalism & Public Relations, Monitoring & Evaluation, Stakeholder Engagement and research into Media, Women & Culture.

She has over 10 years experience in Journalism, Public Relations & Digital Journalism.

Emelia was Media, Women and Culture, Lead on the Ecosystem Mapping Initiative, championed by Ghana Tech Lab in Partnership with the Mastercard Foundation. While working on the project she interacted with over 500 stakeholders across all 16 regions of Ghana.

She has pursued a Masters in Development Communication from the University of Media Arts & Communication, a Bachelors Degree In Journalism from Jayee University College and a Certificate in Communication for Social Change & Development from Virginia Tech University. Emelia has been passionate about philanthropy and Charity work since her teens. She volunteers for the Afrika College, and volunteered for Azuma Nelson Foundation, and was an active youth Lead for Catholic Students’ Union, Accra Archdiocese of the Catholic Church.

She runs a rural community project geared towards providing for school children in Ga South Municipality, Accra which champions quality education through reading and providing books through her reading project. The project also supports underprivileged girls with sanitary towels. The project has been running for the past 9 years.

She loves raising funds for charity initiatives for private individuals and organizations and has facilitated donations to the Countryside Orphanage, Echoing Hills Orphanage and Frafraha Orphanage and basic schools countless times.

She has over 10 years experience in Media & Journalism and has over 300 publications in print/online. This she achieved while working with the Ghanaian Times, Daily Statesman Newspapers & the Allnewgh portal which she founded. 

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