Princess Sekyere Bih is an International development professional with experiences in strategic partnerships, donor relations, project management, media communications and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Princess considers finding solutions to society’s challenges in health, education, women and girls, as her life mission.
Princess is an exceptional expert, who works and engages with governments, global organizations, civil society, private sector and philanthropists to address challenges in health, education and gender through advocacy, resource mobilization, project management and strategic media communications.
In addition, she has worked extensively in the private sector in different regions as Communications and Stakeholder Relations Consultant for UN Foundation, Delta Air Lines, Western Union and Vodafone Ghana. She has also worked as a News Anchor and Producer at ETV.
Princess is the founding director of Kingdom Concepts Consult (KCC), a media communications firm that specializes in strategic communications where she brings her rich experience to bear in areas such as advisory, design and implementation of CSR strategies and campaigns for companies and individuals. She has designed and implemented media campaigns for organizations such as Delta Air Lines, UN Foundation and Breast Care International in Accra, Ghana.
She was among the few young outstanding Ghanaians selected to participate in President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative Programme as a direct result of her impact on young people in Ghana and beyond.
She is the founder and the Chief Editor of The Intelligent Lady Magazine and Network, equipping and inspiring young women in leadership and business entrepreneurship. She served as the Chair of the Committee on Gender and Social Inclusion on the African Youth & Governance Conference, an annual meeting where young African leaders and policy experts draft resolutions for consideration by the African Union (AU) and other development institutions. She has participated in several global conferences including the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) at the United Nations Headquarters, New York from 2016 to 2019.
She holds a double Master’s in Corporate Communications and Public Affairs from the Robert Gordon University, UK, and Masters of Acts in Conflict, Peace and Security from the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Center where, she focused her research on the role of media in conflict resolution.