Two alumni of Regent University College of Science and Technology have been rated among the top five best female morning show hosts in the country.
Serwaa Kobi Hemaa Osisiadan-Bekoe (BSc. Accounting with Information Sciences, Regent-Maastricht MBA), and Betty Baisiwa Dowuona-Hammond (BSc. Management with Computing, Human Resource option), were both rated highly for their “manner of presenting, directing, editing and producing material for broadcast”, as broadcast journalists and television show hosts in a recently published rating.
The rating which was conducted by profileability.com was based on results from online voting, and questionnaires administered to the viewing public. The results will form the basis for another ranking of the Top Five Hardworking Morning Show Hosts in Ghana.
Serwaa Osisiadan-Bekoe is currently the host of “Eboboba”, Homebase TV’s morning show. She has produced, directed and presented two television programmes, “Ghana’s Pride”, which she developed while studying at Regent, and “Ohemaa Dwaso”. Both programmes seek to showcase Ghanaian products and also help in addressing trade and industry challenges.
Serwaa was recognized in the recent rating for her ability to “multi-task and perform ambidextrously” as a presenter, producer, marketer, programmer, concept developer, manageress, camera director and video editing director.
Betty Baisiwa Dowuona-Hammond, co-hosts GH Today, Gh One TV’s morning show programme. In addition to her work as a broadcast journalist, Betty is an entrepreneur, and is involved in various humanitarian initiatives. She is the founder of Pumpkins Foundation, an organisation established to mobilize funds to support children and families in need and the communities in which they live.
We congratulate Serwaa and Betty on this great recognition and for their phenomenal work as change agents.