Keynote Speakers At 2019 SHS Graduates Mentorship Seminar

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The 2019 edition of the annual SHS Graduates Mentorship Seminar organised by Heritage Christian College, Amasaman-Accra, will feature 2 Keynote Speakers who are influential young leaders in Ghana.

Theme: Making the Best out of your University Education.
Topics: Dynamics of Today’s World-What Young People Must Know Connecting the University to the World of Work
Date: Saturday, 13th July, 2019
Time: 9am-1pm
Venue: CEPE Auditorium, HCC

JEREMIAH BUABENG

*Ghana’s No. 1 Young Speaker (2015) *CEO, Buabeng Communications.

Jeremiah Buabeng is one of the leading motivational speakers in Ghana. He is a multi-skilled professional who operates as an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, preacher, author, corporate trainer, consultant and publisher. His core competencies lie in marketing, communications, concept and content development, motivation and human capital development. In 2015, he was voted by his peers as Ghana’s No.1 Young Speaker under the auspices of Speakers Bureau Ghana. He has also been voted twice in the 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaian rankings. 


Jeremiah has travelled the length and breadth of Ghana’s speaking circuit and has delivered over 800 presentations across at least 9 of Ghana’s 10 regions. He has shared conference stages with illustrious figures such as Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, Prof. Stephen Adei, Rev. Albert Ocran, Emmanuel Dei-Tumi, Menson Torkonoo, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, Kafui Dey, Bernard Avle and many more and has featured on over 150 radio and television interviews. He has addressed, trained and/or consulted for companies and institutions in various industries including agribusiness, financial services, health, automobile, fashion and still counting.


He is the author of several books including Take Off, Constructing the Future, Game Changer, The Power of Mentorship, Wisdom Farm and others. Jeremiah is the founder and CEO of Buabeng Communications, a mass communications company which operates services in publishing, web & graphic design, corporate branding, event management and strategic communications, and the Lead Consultant of Corporate Toolbox, the corporate training and consulting division of Buabeng Communications.

SELIKEM ACOLATSE-APALOO

*Newscaster/Editor, GBC News   *Host Women’s Voice, GBC News

Selikem Acolatse-Apaloo is the Host and Content Producer of ‘Women’s Voice’ on Ghana’s State Broadcaster, GBC News and Ghana Television(GTV), a programme which projects the achievements of women and issues that hold back the development of women. She is a News Editor, a News Anchor and Reporter at GBC News/GTV. Selikem has hosted high profile events such the GBC’s 2016 Election Presidential Encounters, National Presidential Debate for Election 2016 and National Policy Summit 2017. She has anchored special assignments such as the Election Petition at the Supreme Court, Funeral of Late President Atta Mills, arrival of the remains of the late Poet Kofi Awoonor and the late BBC Broadcaster Komla Dumor.

Selikem is passionate about Youth empowerment and has been a Speaker on several platforms including the African University College of Communication Conference on Branding 2015 and Creative Writing in 2017, the US Embassy Mentorship Programme 2014, the Story of Our Lives Nationwide Mentorship Project for the Girl Child in 2015 & 2017 and the Start Up GH Sheroes conference in 2015.

Selikem was nominated as Best Female Television Presenter at the Radio and TV Personality Awards both in 2014 and 2015. She is currently pursuing an MA in International Relations and Development at the Institute of Diplomatic Practice, Nyansapo College. She holds a Degree in Psychology and Political science from the University of Ghana, a Diploma in Public Relations from the Institute of Commercial Management (UK) and a certificate in Broadcast Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. Selikem is faith-driven, passionate about grooming young talents, a Social Change Advocate, a Personal development coach and a Women’s advocate. She is married with three children.