The US Embassy in Accra has selected main woman Sports activities Journalist, Juliet Bawuah, for the Worldwide Visitor Management Programme.
She will be in the United States for the next three weeks alongside some 47 other female athletics journalists chosen from throughout the world.
She has because arrived in the United States for the programme, which is staying held below the concept “Women’s Empowerment through Athletics Journalism”.
In a put up on Twitter, she explained “Excited to be chosen from Ghana by @USEmbassyGhana for the Intercontinental Customer Leadership Programme on Women’s Empowerment by Sports Journalism arranged by @StateDept On the lookout forward to a valuable knowledge with colleague feminine sporting activities journalists from throughout the planet.”
The Intercontinental Visitor Leadership Plan (IVLP) is the U.S. Office of State’s leading skilled trade software. By brief-time period visits to the United States, existing and emerging overseas leaders in a assortment of fields experience the United States firsthand and cultivate long lasting associations with their American counterparts. Expert meetings reflect the participants’ qualified pursuits and aid the international coverage goals of the United States.
Every single year almost 5,000 professionals are invited the U.S. on the International Customer Leadership Software (IVLP). Extra than 200,000 Intercontinental Website visitors have engaged with Us citizens by the IVLP, together with a lot more than 500 latest or former Chiefs of Condition or Heads of Federal government.
Participants are nominated and chosen per year by the personnel at U.S. Embassies all-around the earth.
A highly regarded community title in sporting activities journalism, Juliet is the Founder of the Africa Women’s Athletics Summit. She retains a Masters from the Cardiff College, and has labored with primary models like Citi FM, Metro Television set, ETV, Goal, and Africanews, a sister station of Europe’s top information community Euronews. She is also a standard contributor for some of the world’s major information stores which includes the BBC, DW and TRT.