Author Archive: N. Amma Twum-Baah, Editor
N. Amma Twum-Baah is editor of AFRIKAN GODDESS MAGAZINE. She is passionate about bringing the work of ordinary African women to the global world stage through her editorial work. She has spent the last 5 years of her writing career telling their stories of struggle and great achievements. To date, she has narrated and written the stories of over 50 women across the African continent and beyond its borders, including Betty Makoni, Floriane Robins Brown, Noella Coursaris, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and others. Her hope is that these stories will not only serve as a source of inspiration for women everywhere, but that they will also raise high the image of the African woman everywhere. Over the years, Afrikan Goddess has seen many transformations under Amma's capable direction and leadership - it now boasts of three brands: Afrikan Goddess Magazine, Afrikan Goddess Awards, and Afrikan Goddess Publishing (Writing and Editing Services).
The historical election of Barack Obama to the presidency of the United States in 2008 was a triumph for many both in the US and the world at large. People traveled near and far to witness history on the day President Obama was inaugurated and, as weird as it almost feels to merge fiction with […]
Here at AFRIKAN GODDESS MAGAZINE, we love stories of dreams and triumph. It’s why we cover them every month. These stories of triumph, perseverance, and driven women who rise victoriously, are what make what we do all the more worthwhile. We share these stories in the hopes that our readers will be touched, and be […]
Life is full of challenges, and for many of us, this usually means an excuse to indulge in the art of sell-pity. And there is no bigger challenge than one that threatens to negatively alter the direction of our lives, or worse yet, end it. However, when Maimah Karmo was diagnosed with breast cancer at […]