Pamela has joined the Emerging Ag team as a Strategic Communications Officer where she provides strategic bilingual communication services to Emerging’s cherished clients in English and French. 

Pamela is a language professional with half a decade worth of experience working as a translator. Some of her clients include organisations such as...

Pamela has joined the Emerging Ag team as a Strategic Communications Officer where she provides strategic bilingual communication services to Emerging’s cherished clients in English and French. 

Pamela is a language professional with half a decade worth of experience working as a translator. Some of her clients include organisations such as ECOWAS, Plan Benin, and Caritas. In addition, she is a conference interpreter and has also worked in the academic sector training conference interpreters at the University of Ghana, where she herself recently obtained her Master's degree (MA) in Conference Interpreting. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Translation from the same university as well. 

A Ghanaian, Pamela is fluent in Twi, English and French but also speaks some Spanish. She is currently based in Accra, Ghana. 

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