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GHone TV's Natalie Fort Appointed Ghana Country Chair for G100 Media Arts & Communication

Award-Winning Broadcast Journalist, News Anchor and Television Host, Natalie Fort has been appointed as Ghana Country Chair for G100 Media Arts & Communication.

Ms. Fort will lead the Country's Chapter and further deepen the network and build a robust community of leadership, enterprise, engagement and change in Chapters across states, cities and districts within the country, taking the mission forward into deeper interiors, and into the hearts and minds of every woman and ALL within communities. 

On a mission to bring together brilliant women from across the world, in a pact of purpose to create equity and empowerment for women and ALL. G100 is an eminent club of top 100 powerful women leaders in the world with a vision to impact the future.

G100 comprises a league of luminaries of eminence and excellence including Nobel Laureates, former Heads of States, Ministers, Businesswomen, Philanthropists, Investors, Entrepreneurs, Corporate and Community Leaders - a powerful Group of women leaders and achievers from all walks of life who wish to give back and move forward as architects of the future.

G100 is an action think-tank, fostering more women's network with a global, cross-cultural, intersectional and intentional perspective towards peace, parity and prosperity for all. Their core activities involve networking, mentoring, collaborations, upskilling, community building, thought leadership, knowledge sharing, global campaigns, policy recommendations and awards & recognition.

The mandate of G100 is to provide the thought leadership for the coming decade on what needs to be done for inclusivity and economic and social empowerment of women globally. Together they will define, design and determine a new future with equity, equal opportunity, inclusion and economic empowerment of women, and of all, through the inclusive agency of women.


G-MAC is a multinational sector wing led by the eminent G100 Club, for Women using Media Arts and Communication to impact the world. As Gatekeepers of information, this G-wing is on a mission to create a thriving support network, opportunities and collaborative ecosystem for media arts practitioners in 100 countries. G-MAC connects, recognizes and supports women in film, television, radio, publishing and interactive media across all media arts & communication segments, to expand networks, educate and celebrate their accomplishments.

About Natalie Fort

Natalie was born Natalie Ofosua Twum on the 24th of July, 1995. She grew up in Ghana and attended Ghana International School and Merton International School for her High School Education.

She also attended the Royal Academy of Music and Accra Film School. Natalie started her career as a fashion model and represented Ghana at the ‘Miss Princess World Competition’ in the Czech Republic in 2011.

She is the founder of Fort Model Management. The company comprises an art gallery, a fashion line, a modeling agency, and a jewelry retail shop.

In 2017, she was awarded the Excellent Personality Merit Award. Natalie is the visionary of The Fort Foundation, an organization that supports needy patients across selected hospitals in Accra, Ghana.

In addition to her career pursuit, Fort also works as a top advocate of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), otherwise called the UN Refugee Agency.


Source: g100mediaarts.org

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