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Remember The Days of Emma Morrison on TV, Here's Where She Is Now.

Born to Jacob Herbert Morrison and Victoria Morrison, Emma Morrison started her education in England and continued at Goldfields Preparatory School upon returning to Ghana. She then proceeded to Wesley Girls High School for her 'O' Level and Tarkwa Secondary School for her 'A' level. She enrolled at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) with a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Journalism and also acquired a Masters degree in Communications from the University of Leeds, UK.

She has worked as a broadcast journalist since 1997. She rose through the ranks during her time at TV3 from being a reporter, news anchor, producer, head of foreign desk to becoming general manager for news and sports and deputy director, training and development.

At the Multimedia Group where she also worked from 2013, she was head of Joy News TV, group head of Business Programming and Acting General Manager.

Emma has consulted for the Institute for Democratic Governance (IDEG) in managing communications, citizens participation in governance program and assisting with election monitoring activities. She was also a consultant and executive producer for New Generation, a news magazine program which provides independent news and current affairs for children and addresses issues of child rights and was supported by the Free Press Unlimited.

She is currently the Regional Manager, Corporate Affairs and Stakeholder Engagement at Gold fields Ghana.

Emma has won some awards to include the Corporate Personality of the year at the 2019 Glitz Women of the Year Honors.

Kudos to Emma Morrison on her contribution to media growth in Ghana.

What are your own fond memories of her?

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