Juliet Bawuah is a leading sports journalist whose trailblazing role as a female authority in the male-dominated sport of football has served as an inspiration for young women in Ghana. An alumna of the Radio Netherlands Training Center in the Netherlands, Bawuah is a product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism and Public Relations. She also holds a diploma in Communication Studies from the African University College of Communications.
She also possesses a Master’s degree in International Public Relations and Global Communications from Cardiff University. She has worked for Africanews, TV3, Metro TV, Goal.com, Citi FM, the Globe Newspaper, and Cafonline.com, among other media platforms. Bawuah has appeared on the BBC and is also a contributor to Turkish broadcaster TRT. She is also the founder of the ‘African Women’s Sports Summit’, a program that brings together Africa’s leading female sports names and aspiring ones.
Among other high profile engagements, Bawuah was named as part of the panel of voting experts for the African Football of the Year Awards in 2017 by the Confederation of African Football (CAF) and she was also made a voting panelist for the BBC African Footballer of the Year.