EVE International Foundation launches new branch in U.S.

Lady Julia Osei-Tutu, Princess Consort of Asanteman, wife of the Asantehene Otumfuo Osei-Tutu II, inaugurated the USA chapter of the EVE International Foundation of which she is its founder and life patron, on Saturday, 29th June, 2024. 

Prominent dignitaries were present at the event, including the Ambassador of Ghana to the USA, Her Excellency Alima Mahama (Hajia); former Ambassador of the USA to Ghana, Her Excellency Pamela Bridgewater; the Executive Director of EVE, Mrs. Catherine Morton; Patrons of the USA Chapter, Mr. & Mrs. Ofori; State Attorney of Prince George’s County, Ms. Aisha Nazapa Braveboy; Asantefuohene of the Washington DC Metro, Nana Owoahene Owusu Acheampong; and Otumfuo Hiahene, Oheneba Boachie-Adjei Woahene II.

There was a rich display of culture with various Chiefs and Queen mothers dressed in their beautiful kente apparels. The Biney Traditional Dance Troupe entertained guests with beautiful kete and adowa dance pieces, while the Forever Friends Band delivered live music.

Addressing the gathering, HE Alima Mahama paid glowing tribute to some Ghanaian women in the Diaspora who had led impactful lives in the USA in various fields such as education, business, fashion and health. She pledged her support for EVE’s activities. 

Inaugurating the USA Branch, Lady Julia commended Ghanaian women for their hard work and encouraged them to render the needed support to EVE in order to complete ongoing projects initiated by EVE, including the state-of-the-art mental health and wellness facility. 

EVE International Foundation is a global initiative with the largest professional and social network, changing the trajectory of womanhood for all Ghanaian women in Ghana and the Diaspora. Its vision is for Ghanaian women everywhere to be socially and professionally connected to support each other.

Source: Ghana Embassy, Washington DC

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