Proactive, precise and kind
A proud Howard University alumna, Ghana Wilson brings almost three decades of experience strategizing, planning, and executing mid to large-scale events, to the WHTWRKS team. She started her career as a journalist working for publications such as Newsweek Magazine and then later pivoted to Public Relations and Event Production working with clients such as Eddie Murphy, P. Diddy, Wesley Snipes, Dikembe Mutombo, Anita Baker, Chris Rock, Doug E. Fresh, Vanessa Williams, and Bill Bellamy. Ghana was previously the Director of Special Events for The American Diabetes Association and the National Hemophilia Foundation. She also served as the Director of Communications and Marketing for the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation. Later in her career she became a private event producer, assisting with ideation, development and produced events, experiences and special projects for REVOLT TV, ABFF Ventures, National Football League (NFL), Race Forward, Peachtree Village International Film Festival, Multicultural Media Correspondents Association (MMCA), The Shadow League and ASPIRE TV. In partnership with the SEOPOW Community Redevelopment Association, Ghana created the Miami Film Life Center (MFLC), a South-Florida based arts institute with a mission to enhance awareness and accessibility of film and filmmaking to the residents of Overtown and surrounding communities.