Juggling roles as a mother, wife, brand & external relations strategy executive, PR guru and many others can be such a daunting task but media/PR whiz girl Gifty Osei-Boakye Bingley handles it so well as if it was child’s play.
Gifty as human as she maybe has her own down moments and flaws but this is her never kept her from being the best version of herself.
Our Wonder Woman of the week Gifty Bingley is a former news anchor and journalist at TV3 Ghana. She also worked on radio among many other jobs in the media space. At a point in time, she worked at the British High Commission and later head of Corporate Affairs at Tigo and later Airtel Tigo.
Bingley holds a double Masters’ Degrees in Political Communication from the University of Leeds, and Development Management from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration. She trained as a journalist at the Ghana Institute of Journalism and is an alumnus of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, UK.
Currently, she is the Senior Communications Officer at the African Union, a position that sees her oversee the daily communications both internal and external of the Pan-African body.
She plays that role and the bigger role of being a mother to three boys-Opanyin, Agya and Katakyie; two of which were birthed in May of 2019.
“I am grateful for many things. Top on that list is being a mama to 3 boys. #MyKata #Aseda,” she wrote on Instagram
Aside that, she finds time to pen some very inspirational and thought-provoking articles and post about corporate life, human activities and her faith.
“It doesn’t matter how qualified or talented you are, if you are lazy, rude or insolent, you are a pain, not an asset. Some of these things are a weak imitation of strength and we can turn it around if we are honest with ourselves. 22/10/19,” Gifty opines
Awards and Lifestyle
She is the recipient of the Discovery of the Year at the IPR awards, a nominee for Most Stylish Business Executive at the Glitz Style awards
And even with her Rolodex of achievements and awards, she is humble, positive and believes she’s beginning.
She’s a global leader yet Ghanaian at heart and a bowl of plantain with Kontomire and salted tilapia is what sets her soul on fire.