Award-winning Ghanaian International Journalist Amos Ekow Coffie has been appointed as the Communications Assistant for Country Kode Ghana, a non-profit organization located in the capital city of Ghana.
Mr Coffie’s appointment was considered after the management of the organization reached a conclusion on his potentials.
He has been working as a Journalist and a Social Media Manager for the last 8 years with various media organizations notably the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, Vicruz Media Network, Radio XYZ, Yen.com.gh, Focusghonline.com, GhanaWeb among others.
Amos Ekow Coffie is a graduate from the Ghana Institute of Journalism who holds a first-class honours degree in Communication Studies alongside various diplomas and certificates in media and communication studies.
With a huge following on various social media handles, Mr Coffie has been able to amass followers for the various international organizations he has worked with within Ghana, Liberia and the USA.
His job description is to handle the blogs of the organization with news stories that seek to empower women and highlight their needs through films, to also draft development contents that can help address various societal problems involving women in the country.
Currently, Amos Ekow Coffie works as a Multimedia Journalist with GhanaWeb, Research Assistant with JEEDS Development Consult, Ghana, Social Media Manager for Open Arms Charity Foundation, USA and Liberia respectively, Communications and Media management member for Abibiman Global Foundation, UK, Communications Manager for CEA Constructions Ghana and a social media manager for Balton International School, Ghana.
He is also looking forward to joining the Peadiatric Society of Ghana, a non-governmental organization in Ghana as a volunteer by the close of the 2021 fiscal year.
Mr Coffie hopes to become a lawyer someday as measures are in place currently to read law in the coming years.
He was awarded the Best Student TV Reporter of the Year in 2017 and 2019 respectively, at the GIJ Eminence Awards.
He was also named Most Outstanding Student in 2015 at the GBC Training School in Accra.
Country Kode Ghana is a non-profit organization which uses films to tell the stories of women and their challenges and how best they can be addressed.
Source: www.vicruz.com/Sandra Obeng