Bridget Ama Denteh is the Nations of Women’s Communication and Community Manager. Nations of Women is an international women’s group that brings women together from all walks of life to empower them by giving them a voice, and making them the leaders of positive change in our communities.
Bridget Ama Denteh has worked as a Programs Producer and host of HealthAfrik and Diaspora Connect, two bouquet programs on AAUTV, a department at the Association of African Universities. She was also responsible for producing AAUTV’s flagship program, AAUTalks.
Bridget is a Mentoring Women Ghana fellow, where she is undergoing a one-year mentoring session with Madam Gertrude Adzo Akpalu, an international Public Health Practitioner. Bridget has a proven track record in leadership, change management, business growth and women’s empowerment.
She holds a BA in Communication Studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Public Health with the University of Suffolk. Following her passion in health related issues, she aims to improve the health of the population through communication.
Bridget has planned and coordinated a mental health outreach with all the Senior High Schools in Tema, with the aim of helping the youth open about their mental health challenges and demystify the mental health conversation.