Kwaku is the co-founder of Creative and Media Operating Group (CAMOG), and current President of Pan-African inspired fashion house, 54 Kingdoms. In both capacities, he identifies, evaluates...
Kwaku Awuah | M.B.A., B.S.
Kwaku is the co-founder of Creative and Media Operating Group (CAMOG), and current President of Pan-African inspired fashion house, 54 Kingdoms. In both capacities, he identifies, evaluates, and pursues the strategic and financial prospects of new market opportunities for each entity. He establishes new strategic partnerships, joint ventures, and alliances, and follows through on all partnership activities.
Kwaku is not new community development and capacity building. In 2007, he began his public health career serving as a Research Assistant on a $2.5 million community-based HIV/STI research study, led by Dr. Trace Kershaw of Yale School of Public Health (YSPH). In 2011, Kwaku was appointed Program Director for the Global Health Concentration at YSPH. During this role, he joined a dedicated team of Global Health strategists in 2012 via Yale Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI) to assist senior-level delegates working on the passage of Ghana’s Mental Health Bill. Successfully, the bill was passed by the Ghanaian parliament in June 2012.
Kwaku holds a Master of Business Administration degree in Management and Strategic Planning from Albertus Magnus College and is a Bachelor of Science degree recipient in Health Promotion from the University of Connecticut.
Binford, Meredith; Jin, Sarah; Peluso, Michael; Skonieczny, Michael; Henrich, Janet; Schedel, Kate; Awuah, Kwaku; and Friedland, Gerald, “Teaching advocacy and activism in global health: Success of a student-led and easily implement model”. Presented at Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) Annual Meeting (Washington, D.C.) – March 14-16, 2013; Won Best Poster in “Global Health Justice Human Rights, Law, Policy, and Ethics” Category.
Nana Poku currently heads two companies. He is the co-founder of Creative and Media Operating Group (CAMOG): a full-fledged media and communications firm, and the CEO of the Pan-African fashion...
Nana Poku | M.S.
Nana Poku currently heads two companies. He is the co-founder of Creative and Media Operating Group (CAMOG): a full-fledged media and communications firm, and CEO of the Pan-African fashion house, 54 Kingdoms. With respect to CAMOG, Nana’s responsibilities include overseeing all creative operations and deliverables. While his accountabilities in 54 Kingdoms lie in developing apparel concepts, production oversight along with supporting business analysis and backing management and staff.
Nana has been in the creative industry for the past ten years. With a knowledge base spanning from digital content creation (graphic design, web design & development, animated graphics) to print production, Nana’s expertise has lead him hold an assistant professor position at Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) where he thought within the department of Computer Electronics and Graphics Technology. During his time at CCSU, Nana helped in spearheading the curriculum development of the new B.S. in Digital Media Technology.
Nana acquired his Bachelors of Science from Central Connecticut State University (2007), and his Masters of Science from Arizona State University, Polytechnic (2008).
Dharavath, Naik, Joshi, Nilesh N., Poku, Nana, Implementation of Computer Integrated Print Manufacturing (CIPM) in the Graphics Technology Curriculum (GTC), TAGA Proceedings, 2013
Dharavath, Naik, Kokil, Uttam, Poku, Nana, Analysis of Spectral Response Variation among Multiple Color Measuring Devices (Spectrophotometry) in a Color Managed Workflow (CMW), TAGA Proceedings, 2013
Dharavath, Naik, Kokil, Uttam, Poku, Nana, Effect of Printing Ink Sequence (KCMY vs. YMCK) of Multicolor Offset Printing on the Color Gamut and Overall Print (image) Quality, TAGA Proceedings, 2013