Episode 76

Making Space for Transformation with Elvina Quaison


June 1st, 2021

58 mins 4 secs

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About this Episode

June greetings Glocal Citizens! We're nearly halfway through "the year after" and in the spirit of reimagining spaces and places for our new next, my guest this week is all about personal development. Elvina Quaison, a British-Ghanaian is the founder of SESA, a global personal development organization. SESA is a space, a resource to assist others find answers, guidance and advice to make the life game more enjoyable. She has also served as Business Club Manager at AFFORD straddling continents to add value for businesses in the UK and Africa. Elvina's work in Ghana included a role as Marketing Manager at Beaufort Properties and the Director of Silk Solutions a company that made moving into Ghana easier and opened the market to the small business wanting to expand into a new exciting sphere. Reaching this point followed a path of working with and in African countries for over 11 years in various capacities including include facilitating workshops, trainings and one to ones as well as presenting at events from intimate talks to large international conferences.

Fun fact about Elvina, she is also known as "Auntie Vina" and she hosts a story telling channel. She started the channel to share her love for children's books and the amazing journeys the imagination can take little people. She chooses books that focus on black children or are written by black authors. She also includes books that show a diversity of race, culture, religion, gender roles, health and life experiences and so much more, because our little people deserve so much more than just one way of looking at this big wide world. Check it out, her YouTube link is below!

Where to find Elvina?
On LinkedIn
On Twitter
On Instagram
On Facebook
On YouTube
[email protected]

What's Elvina reading?
Psycho-Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz
What I Know for Sure by Oprah Winfrey
Books by Brené Brown

What's Elvina watching?
The Matrix

Other topics of interest:
Adinkra Symbols
Fante People of Ghana
Akina Mama Wa Afrika
African Women's Development Fund
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and the Syndrome