Edith Dankwa has developed Business & Financial Times Limited into an award-winning “Superbrand” (2012) that was adjudged as the Best Newspaper for Social Security Reporting by Ghana’s pension’s organisation, the Social Security and Insurance Trust in 2012 and 2013. For her achievements, Edith Dankwa was declared ‘Best Print Media Entrepreneur’ in 2011. She was also recognized as one of the 100 Most Influential Personalities in Ghana for 2013.
Edith Dankwa has formerly served on a number of boards including TV3, Ghana’s biggest private TV network, and the International Chamber of Commerce (Ghana). She is also the chairperson of the African Business Leaders Foundation. Besides being invested in media management positions, she is board member of Unilever Ghana. In 2016, she also founded the ‘Executive Women Network’, together with five other successful business women. They aim to encourage women to strive for success and take responsibility on the national and international level.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Management Studies, a Post Graduate Certificate in Marketing as well as in Newspaper Management, and an Executive MBA from the GIMPA Business School. She is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Business Administration (International Business).
Business Times Africa Magazine
Energy Today Magazine
Pan-African Business Monthly
Business Times Magazine
Pan-African Energy Industry
Unilever (board member)
International Chamber of Commerce Ghana
Ghana News Agency (board member)
Executive Women Network (founding member)
Africa Business Leaders Foundation
Radio & TV Broadcasting
TV3 Network Limited (former board member)