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Ghanaian Lady becomes First Black Female ICC executive


A Ghanaian Technology Executive, Valentina Mintah has been elected as Executive Member of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

She was elected due to her ability to develop and implementing strategy and program of action at the International Chamber of Commerce.

Valentina Mintah will be the second African to be on the team and would be serving along with her colleagues.

This would become necessary as a result of her role and hard work with the ICC, to achieve results and targets.

She will be in charge of implementing policy as well as overseeing the financial affairs of the organization.

Valentina Mintah is an accomplished Ghanaian lady. Her colleagues hail from Japan, China, Italy, Qatar, China, Japan, Spain, Indonesia, and Kenya.

Valentina is the founder and former Chief Executive of West Blue Consulting, an Information Communication, and Technology (ICT) organization, and was a senior solutions specialist at Crown Agents in the United Kingdom.

By Agnes Melissa Yovo |

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