Mining giants, Gold Fields Ghana, on Monday announced the appointment of Ms Emma Morrison, a TV personality and consultant, as their new Regional Manager, Corporate Affairs and Stakeholder Engagement.
The company said her appoint takes effect 4 January, 2021.
She will be “responsible for managing Gold Fields Ghana’s reputation and brand in line with Gold Fields Group’s Investor Relations and Corporate Affairs strategies.”
Emma Morrison is a Ghanaian television personality and media professional. She started her media career, working with TV3 when the station was established in 1997 as a news reporter and a newscaster.
Emma started her education in the United Kingdom where she attended Dollis Junior High School and Childshill School both in North West London. She continued at Goldfields Preparatory School when she relocated to Ghana. For her Senior High school education, she attended both Wesley Girls’ High School and Tarkwa Secondary School. She is a product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism.
She was born on June 5th and is the third child of her mum and the seventh of her dad who has 13 children made up of 11 girls and two boys. Her parents are the late Jacob Herbert Morrison who passed away in 2001 and Victoria Morrison, resident in Tarkwa.
She started her media work with TV3 in 1997 as a reporter/newscaster rising through the ranks to become the General Manager for News and Sports at TV3. She later assumed a role as the Editor of Joy News TV.
She has won some awards like the Newscaster of the Year, TV Personality of the Year and her news programme News 360 won TV news programme of the year.
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