Elizabeth Maame Esi Ewudiwa is a Ghanaian-Nigerian blogger, spoken word poet, motivational speaker, social entrepreneur, and a growing Human Resource (HR) generalist. She was the 17th Valedictorian of Central University with a FGPA of 4.0/4.0. She holds a BSc. in Business Administration (Human Resource Management Major). She is also a professionally certified HR Associate.
With a wide range of interest, she explores business strategy and idea generation, training and development, organizational development and more generally, strategic human resource management. The artistic gifts of creation -writing and using words in all beautiful ways has been a leading platform of success. In 2009, she was inaugurated into the Lagos State Children’s parliament where the represented the capital city (Ikeja) constituency for 3years.
In 2019, she represented Ghana in the Global Goal Model United Nations in Thailand where she emerged as the ‘Most Outstanding Delegate”. In 2017, she was amongst the top 20 students to represent Ghana in the New Business Challenge organized by the Ghana-Netherlands Business and Cultural Council where she worked on a business case for the Dutch reputable firm, Delft Imaging Systems. She currently works at Universal Delft and All Media Solutions Ghana, a digital marketing agency. She is the founder and project manager at EliDiaries Media. She was the General Secretary of the CU Prayer Department, Vice President and Gen Secretary of Central Human Resource Students’ Association and a member of Ghana Association of Writers.
“I am just a girl that wants the world to be a better place and I believe more in what I can do about it than what others can. So, I’m a Christian girl doing something about poverty, education, entrepreneurship, faith, and identity crisis” she says.