“My Name is
I was born in Accra, the capital of Ghana, to a Greek father and a Ghanaian mother. I studied and worked in Ghana and Nigeria before coming to Germany in 1996.
By this time I was already fluent in five languages – Ga, Twi, Yoruba, Pidgin English and of course, English.
During the next four years I learnt German, attended business and professional development seminars and established contacts.
In the year 2000, I decided it was time to turn my love of languages into my career:
I founded MOUZAPP for Africa.
Born and raised in Africa, I am well-acquainted with this continent and understand the mentality of the people living there. I understand their culture and their social customs and traditions.
Along with the linguistic competence and technical skills of a language professional, these are the most important requirements for communicating effectively with an African conversation partner and successfully rendering the source language into the target language.
(Association of German Women Entrepreneurs)
National delegate for Ghana and Nigeria
(Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises Mondiales)
(Two Women Win), Käte-Ahlmann-Stiftung