Chief Execitive Officer of Jobberman Ghana, Hilda Nimo-Tieku, has been adjudged the most outstanding Woman in Human Resource Management in Ghana, at the 8th edition of the Feminine Ghana Achievers Awards organized by the Executive Business Magazine on Friday 10th June at the Marriot Hotel in Accra with the theme; “The Role of Women in Ghana’s Socio-Economic Recovery”.
Commenting on her award, Hilda expressed her profound gratitude to the organizers of the awards and for recognizing her efforts in the human resource and talent management space.
Addressing the award winners at this year’s awards ceremony, the Special Guest of Honour, Ambassodor to Ghana from Suriname, H.E Fidelia Graand-Galon congratulated all awardees and stated that every woman has a unique trait and it is the strength to fight for positive change, adding that women have the capacity to effect change at whatever level they find themselves.
“Where I come from, it’s plus for women to be seen in high profile offices. I believe women are special and we can make an impact wherever we find ourslelves. Alwyas be self motivated and know that you can make it”, she stressed.
Hilda was among 18 astute C-Suite women in Ghana in various sectors in Ghana to recieve the Feminine Acheivers Awards.
The Feminine Ghana Achievers award scheme is an initiative of the Executive Business Magazine Ltd to publicly recognize female achievers from various industries and sectors in Ghana whose personal and professional conduct have been exemplary and whose achievements have been outstanding in their fields of endeavor across both the public and private sectors in Ghana.
Supporting the CEO of Jobberman at the event, were some staff of Jobberman Ghana, including Genevieve Amponsah (Community Marketer), Jemima Ashietey (Campaign Manager) & Maxwell Adzafokpe (Finance Manager).