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Juliet Asante

Réalisateur/trice, Acteur/trice, Journaliste, Directeur/trice de festival
(Femme)
Ghana

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Réalisatrice, directrice de festival et journaliste ghanéenne.

Parfois créditée sous le nom de
Juliet Yaa Asantewa Asante


Elle est le directrice du Black Star International Film Festival (BSIFF) qui se déroule à Accra, au mois d’août.

English

Harvard Kennedy School. Mid Career and Masters in Public Administration. Entrepreneur in both the Private and Non-for profit sector. Award winning Artist and Entrepreneur. First love: film making…

Honors
– The Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Next Generation Awards’ -2009
– The ‘World of A Difference 100 Most Impactful Women’ by the Alliance for Women (TIAW) – 2009
– Ghana’s Assoc. of Women Entrepreneur leaders -2009
– Best Actress Award for Ghana – 2009

Presentations:
– The Role of Women in Global Security – Copenhagen 2010 (US/Danish Government)
– Women Access to Capital – Ghana 2010
– Using Media to bridge the Gender Gap – World Economic Forum on Africa 2010

Fellowships & Memberships
– MIT Legatum Center Catalyst fellow
– Founding Member of the Demeter Entrepreneurs Network
– Aspen leadership network (Current)
– Legatum fellow
– The Entertainment council of the WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM.
– Fortune 500/State Department Mentor-ship Program

Mentoring Assignments 
– Paley Center for Media – Pat Mitchell
– Life Time Television – Andrea Wong

Acting Landmarks
– Appeared in HBO’s Deadly Voyage, starring Omar Epps and Sean Pertwee.
– Mnet hit seris, Tinsel 

Publisher and Editor at Large
– The Entertainment Today magazine.

Specialties: Entrepreneur, Investment, Strategic Management, leadership, Gender advocate.



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