- Gwendy Tetteh, a Ghanaian woman, emerged as the valedictorian of the graduate school during the 2023 Congregation of UniMAC
- She obtained a Master of Arts in Public Relations degree and won the Overall Best Graduating Student title with a 3.86 Grade Point Average (GPA)
- In a GIJ Facebook post, Tetteh's most recent accomplishment was highlighted, and online users praised her
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A Ghanaian woman named Gwendy Tetteh emerged as the graduate school's valedictorian during the 2023 Congregation of the University of Media, Arts and Communication (UniMAC).
The Benkum Senior High School alumnus received a Master of Arts in Public Relations degree and was named the Overall Best Graduating Student of her year group with a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.86.
Gwendy Tetteh's tertiary academic journey
She first took steps to study at the Ghana Institute of Journalism when she pursued a Diploma in Communication Studies before graduating with a first-class Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies at the establishment.
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Tetteh is renowned as an accomplished Public Relations practitioner with over a decade of experience in Corporate Communication and Public Relations across the financial and telecommunication sectors.
According to UniMAC, Tetteh worked as the team lead for Public Relations and Events in the erstwhile GHL Bank before her current role as Customer Educator at First National Bank Ghana.
See the post below:
Reactions to Tetteh's achievement
Dennis Kaakyire Kwabena Standalone-Galaxy said:
Congratulations, Oga Madam.
Gottfried Kwaku Addo reacted:
That's awesome! Congratulations.
Barnabas Nii Laryea commented:
That’s my wife.
Kwamina Tandoh posted:
Congratulations, Naa Aku Tetteh. You are a gem.
CobbyOne Nie said:
Nana Yaw Owusu Karikari posted:
Nana Ohemaa Akua Amponsah commented:
Congratulations to her.
Magdalene Chapman reacted:
Opare Philip Israel Junior said:
Congratulations to my fellow Benscodian.
Louis Mensah commented:
A big Congratulations Naa Aku Tetteh.
We than God. You deserve it.
Naa Aku Tetteh replied:
Thank you all. I feel honoured!
First-class student adjudged 2023 valedictorian at UMaT
The young man graduated from the Ghanaian university with a first-class BSc Mining Engineering degree and a cumulative weighted average (CWA) of 88.08%. The school tweeted beautiful pictures to announce Nuamah's success.
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