Ghana's young international star, DJ Switch known in private life as Erica Armah Blulu-Tandoh has revealed that she couldn't believe watching her recent performance on Amazon Represent the Future Summit.
DJ Switch was selected to perform at the just ended Amazon’s second annual Represent The Future (RTF) Summit which was held on the 24th and 25th of August 2021.
According to the CEO of HBCU Connect.com, the Summit is a continuing idea stemming from Amazon's inclusive mindset or ideology of ensuring that whether you are Black, Latino or Native American you don't suffer Racism, more especially at the workplace.
During some of the sessions, Amazon highlighted its global business ecosystem, the customer-obsessed culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion and the role that innovation, invention, and intrapreneurship play in building the future.
DJ Switch has made Ghana proud once again as she was one of the special performers to graced the program.
In her recent Facebook post she indicated that "I Usually don't watch myself but got soo emotional after seeing my full performance on Amazon Represent the Future Summit; I was like Damn was that me? she added".
Indeed the confidence with which DJ Switch DJs is really admirable and I was truly proud watching a snippet of her performance on the Amazon Represent the Future Summit.
Congratulations to you Erica, continue working hard and you shall continue to mount bigger platforms.
Ghanaians are proud of you!
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