Ama K Abebrese, a lady with style and elegance
Ama K. Abebrese is a TV Presenter/Producer based in London UK, She has over 10 years experience in Media and Television and has worked with the BBC, Sky Television and curretly at OBE TV. She began her career at YCTV (Youth Culture Television) in London where she interviewed several celebrities including Hollywood legends actor Harrison Ford and director George Lucas. She later landed other hosting duties; these include co-hosting the BBC2's youth show 'Pass da Mic' and the 'English File' educational series.
Ama's emits all the qualities of a bona fide presenter. Her vivacious and infectious sparkly personality transmit onscreen, this combined with her nonchalant delivery is just downright intoxicating. She is undeniably on the path of establishing herself as a star presenter in the UK television industry.
A regular fixture at red carpet events, Ama exudes the confidence and ease of a professional when conducting interviews and has covered events such as the 'Screen Nation Film and Television Awards', the UK version of the Black Oscars, MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards where she interviewed celebrities such as Colin Salmon, Thandie Newton, Rihanna, Joe etc.
She holds a B.A Degree in Media and Drama, obtained at St Mary University College, Surrey. She is a highly sought after MC/Compere who has hosted severvalprestigious shows including Miss Ghana UK, Miss Zambia UK, Ghana Music Awards UK and Ghana Independance celebration shows in the UK.
Please tune in to Fontomfrom Online radio based in Tennessee on Saturday 1 October 2008 from 12 noon to 1pm GMT and listen to an interview with Ama K Abebrese on the "Women in View" program, highlighting the achievements of Ghanaian women all over the world. This week, we are delighted to have Ama K Abebrese as our special guest. We will also discuss her views on Ghanaian women in politics and women in the media.
You can join in the innovative and exciting debate after the interview, by phoning the studio lines after the interview.
Tel: 001 931 538 1027
or 001 931 933 5644
email: [email protected]
Source: nicholas okraku and Ms Ama Djaba