Pearl is an experienced Ghanaian multimedia journalist and voice actor, with a special passion for documentaries. She has more than ten years of experience as a reporter, producer, editor and newsreader across both radio and television. She started her Journalism career in 2004 at Radio Univers, situated on the University of Ghana campus where she worked for two(2) years. She moved to CitiFM and Citi TV in 2012 where she worked for eight (8) years. Whilst there, she was a news anchor for both radio and television, a reporter, assistant editor, producer and trainer. Pearl has valuable and honed skills in producing documentaries and feature reports in the area of Politics, Humanitarian Affairs, Youth, Gender and African current Affairs among others. She is passionate about telling African stories and for impact as well as training aspiring Journalists. She has also worked on documentary and voice over jobs for Absa bank and telecommunication company Airtel -Tigo. She recently joined the bird story agency of Africa no filter as a freelance writer.
A random shot of a student who was looking away.
A documentary about what triggered clashes between locals of Ketu South in Ghana's Volta region and an Indian salt mining company , accused of 'illegality'.
A feature story about Nelson Boateng, the man behind Ghana's first plastic house