Ghana’s leading Television Personality, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist, Natalie Fort has been inducted into the Ghana Feminine Hall of Fame, an initiative instituted by prominent Business Magazine, The Business Executive.

Natalie joins many other ladies leading in their fields of work within a broad spectrum of industries ranging from private sector corporate executives, public sector officials and social interveners, who have distinguished themselves for their outstanding conduct and accomplishments. The honour follows the Emerging Television Personality of the Year Award which Natalie was awarded by The Business Executive in February 2019.

The TBE Womens’ Hall of Fame initiative seeks to create a platform, in the form of a forum, by which TBE award winners would leverage on their special status and consequent respect given them by Ghana’s government, socio-economic commentators, civil society leaders, as well as the international community in Ghana, to make invaluable and direly needed contributions to public policy and private sector development and the living standards and moral fibre of Ghana’s citizens.

At the induction ceremony President of the group, Gifty Anti noted “We are all achievers, that is why we are here. That is why we have been chosen as the first inductees. But what do we hope to achieve next after such a great honour. Yes, so far we have done well, despite our struggles and scars. But what is next? What is the next level we are aspiring to achieve?”

Natalie Fort has previously been awarded the Excellent Personality Merit Award by Premier Brands Ghana and Gold Star Order of the Companion of Honour by UN for Humanitarian Achievements. She has also been recognised as a Young Emerger 2017, by Kuulpeeps, and listed 23rd on the list of 50 Most Influential Young Ghanaians by Avance Media. She has further been featured in leading publications such as Graphic Newspaper (front-page feature), the Mirror (front-page feature), the Spectator (front-page feature) and others, tagged as the ‘Face of TV3’.

The invitation into the Womens’ Hall of Fame Ghana presents Natalie with the opportunity to contribute greatly to the nation’s development, as the TBE Womens’ Hall of Fame is anticipated to be immediately positioned as one of the most important and influential socio-economic think tanks and advocacy groups in Ghana and certainly the leading gender-specific forum.

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