Emma Morrison, a Ghanaian TV personality and media consultant has been appointed as the new Regional Manager, Corporate Affairs and Stakeholder Engagement of Gold Fields Ghana, the firm has announced.
Her appointment takes effect 4 January 2021.
She will be “responsible for managing Gold Fields Ghana’s reputation and brand in line with Gold Fields Group’s Investor Relations and Corporate Affairs strategies,” the mining giant said in a statement.
Emma Morrison started her media career, working with TV3 when the station was established in 1997 as a news reporter and a newscaster.
She later assumed a role as the Editor of Joy News TV.
Before joining Gold Fields, she was the acting general manager for the Joy Cluster of the Multimedia Group and also as a consultant for Metro TV Ghana.
In 2019, Emma Morrison was adjudged Corporate Personality of the Year at the Glitz Women of the Year Honours.
She has won some awards like the Newscaster of the Year, TV Personality of the Year and her news programme News 360 won TV news programme of the year.
Emma started her education in the United Kingdom where she attended Dollis Junior High School and Childshill School both in North West London. She continued at Goldfields Preparatory School when she relocated to Ghana.
She also attended both Wesley Girls’ High School and Tarkwa Secondary School. She is a product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism.
In 2004, she graduated from the University of Leeds with MA, Communication.