SELECTED PRESS, RESEARCH & WRITING
Channels Television - Sep 13, 2021: How Businesses Can Adapt To Changing Realities In A Post COVID Era - Akua Nyame-Mensah
Think BIG for Africa Podcast - August 17, 2021: Coaching - A Powerful and Unique Tool for Changing Lives!
The Female Startup podcast - June 18, 2021: How to be more productive in your business
PMDojo Untold Stories in Tech - May 15, 2021: Self-Leadership and Building Resilience
Make the Grade - April 28, 2021: Ep113 Leadership, Mindfulness and Productivity
HolonQI - March 7, 2021: 200 Top Women CEOs and Founders leading Global EdTech Startups
Disconnect to Connect Conversations - March 17, 2021: Ep324 ONE Word Conversations "Name" with Akua Nyame Mensah
Google #IamRemarkable - 16 December 2020: Learning through teaching and helping others - Akua's story
Brand to Build Podcast - 2020 - No. 16 Lessons from an Executive Coach
Leadership by Design #Lunchtime Coaching - 11 August 2020 - "IMPOSTER SYNDROME": Kevin chatting with Akua Nyame-Mensah
Virtual Coffee By Estie - July 2020 - Values Based Leadership: Akua Nyame-Mensah
Caribou Digital - 29 April 2020 - How are platform workers in Kenya, and Ghana responding to the Covid-19 crisis?
Caribou Digital - April 2020 - Could logistic companies be the biggest winners of Africa’s COVID-19 e-commerce race?
BBC - 29 April 2020 - Jumia: The e-commerce start-up that fell from grace
IB.org - February 24, 2020 - Parallels from the IB fourteen years later
Money, Business and Economy Show - Tuesday January 7, 2019 Show
Gabi Garrett - August 2019 - The Reluctant Social Media Poster: My Top Three Lessons
She Leads Africa - July 2019 - Want to Be a Better Manager? Keep These 3 Things in Mind
Student Entrepreneurship Week Pan-Africa - June 22, 2019 - Student Entrepreneurship Week Pan-Africa: First Set Of Speakers Announced
Africa Leadership School of Business Blog - June 14, 2019 - 3 Benefits of Executive Coaching for Emerging Leaders
International Coach Federation - May 21, 2019 - A Week-long Celebration: International Coaching Week in Nigeria
She Leads Africa - February 2019 - Boss Lady Series
Lost in Lagos - January 30, 2019 (pg 30) - From Systems Engineer to Health Entrepreneur: What I Learned About Starting the Year Off Right
CediTalk - January 21, 2019 - Expert Advice: Show Your Value and Follow Up
Circumspecte - January 14, 2019 - Knowing How To Ask For Help – A 2019 Career Essential
CediTalk - November 18, 2018 - Expert Advice: The Right Opportunities are Out There
AKUA HAS BEEN FEATURED IN
October 5, 2018 - Akua Nyame-Mensah ’19 has worked in e-commerce for the past four years. She was the managing director at Jumia classifieds, Nigeria and Ghana. For the past few months, she served as the leader at a design and build company. She currently aspires to take an entrepreneurial route starting with career advisory services.
March 2, 2015 - While at Lamudi (Jumia House) we launched a new online business and developed the brand in Ghana by reaching out to the media and developing a lot of content around the data our platform collected. Here my Content Manager, Fidel Amoah secured a speaking slot with Business Titans. Both of us are speaking about real estate on the program.
November 11, 2015 - Lamudi, Nigeria’s largest online property portal, has announced Akua Nyame-Mensah as the company’s new managing director. Akua, who currently serves as the MD of Lamudi Ghana will oversee operations of both companies. Speaking on her transition to Nigeria, Akua described the process as “exciting”. She is looking forward to working with the two teams across both continents, which she believes will lead to favourable opportunities for the company as a whole.
October 6, 2016 - Reacting to the results of the survey, the Managing Director of Jumia House Ghana, Akua Nyame-Mensah said, “the survey, though not scientific or extensive provides us with a glimpse of people’s current housing situation. It also gives us an idea of what they may want in terms of housing. We will continue to attempt to provide potential homeowners and renters an opportunity to describe their needs. Understanding demand will enable us to all make better decisions related to what should be built and how to define affordability.”
June 20, 2016 - When in late elementary or early middle school I was really into making greeting cards. I also tried to have my own jewellery company, [but] I think only my mom bought something. I also attempted to make footwear. I did a lot of interesting things when I was still a student. But my first real pay cheque was when working in a library at the US university I studied at.