Award-winning Ghanaian media personality and host of TV3’s morning show, Berla Mundi is billed to join the list of mentors training tech-focused university students in the country to become the next generation of technopreneurs and leaders. As an advocate of people finding themselves and being unique, Berla will be speaking with the students on how they can stay true to themselves and still become relevant in their chosen fields of study or career path. It is common knowledge that a lot of students lose themselves when they get to university due to peer influence and the quest to build certain kinds of lifestyles for themselves.
Technological advancement is bringing us to a world of immersion as most platforms and gadgets are now more intrusive, but while these students focus on learning how to build a more connected world and platforms that make life simple for users, how do they still find themselves, maintain their identity and not get lost in their environment?
As someone who naturally likes to mentor young people into becoming better versions of themselves, Berla Mundi has mentored numerous young ladies and helped them get internships in multiple fields through her “B.You” project, hence she’s looking forward to imparting and sharing knowledge with all who will join the session.
Her session, a virtual one is slated for Friday, 12th November 2021 at 6 pm. We entreat you to join. Click the link below to join the conversation;
The Mentoring Sessions 2.0 is brought to you by Techstripped Africa, a startup accelerator and tech advocacy network founded by Kwame Owusu Ansah, a tech evangelist and 2021 Mandela Washington Fellow.