Speaking Engagements

HOW TO MANAGE YOUR FEAR OR WORRY ABOUT DOING VIDEOS

The Testimonial… I have had many testimonials from the wonderful women I coach, but this recent one really made me feel like I had won a million dollars. First let me tell you about her. We shall call her Tope. She is Nigerian and a member of our Facebook group called The Fabulous Woman Community. …

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AMA DUNCAN’S KEYNOTE SPEECH AT THE AFRICAN MAGNATES SUMMIT

THE ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN FOSTERING ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT Mr. Chairman, fellow speakers and panelists, distinguished invited guests, I bring you greetings from a very chilly Kumasi! YACEDX Ghana, congratulations on an already successful African Magnates Summit 2019! When I told my 10-year old daughter that I was preparing a speech on ‘the role of …

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WEBSTER UNIVERSITY OPEN HOUSE SPEECH BY AMA DUNCAN, SPECIAL GUEST

The Campus Director, Faculty and staff of Webster University, distinguished invited guests, ladies and gentlemen; I bring you greetings from Kumasi also known as Oseikrom. Thank you so much for this invitation to come and speak about ‘Preparing for College and Career’ at your Open House event. First of all, you have a beautiful campus! …

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CAMFED – MASTERCARD FOUNDATION TERTIARY SCHOLARS GRADUATION CEREMONY KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY AMA DUNCAN, GUEST SPEAKER

Immediately I completed university, I had two choices: to return to my temporary summer job in the US or to go on a working holiday visa trip to the UK where my then boyfriend lived. Obviously, I chose UK! While in the UK, I did many temporary jobs including office assistant, old people caregiver, receptionist, cleaner, filing clerk, call center agent, etc. I also took various classes and wrote a couple of exams, but at the time I did not consider any of these geared towards any particular career path; I just wanted to survive and perhaps gain work experience. I returned to Ghana to do my national service at the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning and had an amazing experience assisting the Head of Public Relations.

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