Nominations open for FUTURE OF GHANA’s TOP 30 UNDER 30 project

The Future of Ghana returns with their call to search for the best talent under 30. After hosting a successful forum at the House of Commons to celebrate Black History...
Abraham Attah. Image: OAB Photography

The Future of Ghana returns with their call to search for the best talent under 30. After hosting a successful forum at the House of Commons to celebrate Black History Month with the Diane Abbott Foundation. The Future of Ghana’s top 30 U 30 project is annual search dedicated to unearthing and showcasing the pioneers and innovators of the Future by undertaking a global search for the top 30 Ghanaian talent aged under 30 years old impacting industries around the world.

Nominations are now open to the public until December 28th 2018 via the website.

Once closed, the nominations received will be vetted and whittled down to a top 30 by a select judging panel, ready for feature in the 2019 publication.

The publication will be released on 6th March (Ghana’s Independence Day) and intends transcending stereotypes, highlighting the unsung contributions future leaders and organisations are making to the Ghana’s, the African continent and the world’s economic development.

Currently in just over 4 years 120 Ghanaian future young leaders/pioneers from around the world have been selected to create a community of Change makers illustrating what a progressive Ghana looks like and mobilizing for change through our Future of Ghana Alumni network. Notable alumni include Lorraine Wright, Einstein Ntim, Abraham Attah, Clara Amfo, Yasmine Fosu, William Adoasi, Joseph Awuah-Darko and Diana Wilson to name but a few our multi-talented network.

You can also nominate your qualified favorite person via social media with the hashtags #FOG2019 #FOGCelebrates5Years #FOGTop30

 

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