Urithi in Swahili means “Legacy” and I started this initiative to honor the legacy of my father Emmanuel Francois Gamor – and the continuing community impact that I grew up being a beneficiary of, advocating for and now, being in the position to be a catalyst in building positively.

Urithi Media was established to help our founder, Emmanuel Gamor‘s work as curator and community builder of the WEF Global Shapers Accra Hub

Urithi is a passion-project to upscale, and partner with budding social entrepreneurs from Ghana 🇬🇭 to the world; encourage community building through free-to-attend intervention programs that empower young avengers on the African continent.

Urithi became an avenue to share learnings, collaborate beyond media to activating social enterprises from Accra, Ghana to the world

“Urithi engages in bottom-up project management in using media, technology, and innovation in delivering on social impact and social enterprise promise.” – Emmanuel Agbeko Gamor

Money: ways to grow and expand through finance & funding

Access: relationships people have to grow in influence, The Gamor Experience – connecting to my physical and digital networks. Access to tiered membership #WinTogether

Plans: growing, learning, templates, and activities – a la carte, bundled packages. We continuously learn together.

Social Currency: authentic intelligence, what is your unique genetic make-up? What do you profess to be? Who are you? And how that express itself in your physical and digital reputation? #CollaborativeSuccess

As the Red Shutter, I joined team 1000 words as a partner & created video campaigns for businesses and non-profits | more here.

Future-casting with Florence Adu on the Glocal Citizens Podcast

Vuuqa Magazine feature – Ecosystem Builder