Esther Armah is an Accra based, Global Ghanaian international award winning journalist. She works across print, radio and television. She is Director of EAA Media Productions. Esther has worked in the media across Africa, North America and Europe.
She has travelled and worked in Accra, Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya, Lesotho; New York, Washington DC, Chicago, Philadelphia and London. Esther Armah is a Columnist with B&FT; a Radio host, a Media Analyst and Commentator; a Media Communications Lecturer with Webster, and has also taught at Ashesi University, African University College of Communications (AUCC).
She has been a Commentator on Joy FM, Citi FM, Starr FM and Class FM. Esther is Host and Creator of The Spin, a weekly one hour all women round table airing in Accra, London and across the US. Esther lived and worked in New York for 8 years. She worked across radio, television, print and online journalism and theater. She was an award winning Morning Show Host of WBAI’s Wake Up Call. She appeared on CNN, MSNBC, BET and others. In 2012, she was named ‘Most Valuable NY Radio Host’ by The Nation’s Progressive Honors List.
As a writer, Esther’s essays and articles have been published in Huffington Post, AlterNet, Gawker, Essence, Ebony, Salon.com, Global Grind. Esther worked with the BBC for 10 years in London. She worked across BBC Radio 4, BBC World Service, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC 1 Xtra, BBC TV.