Events

GhanaProNet events create the opportunity for networking, social dialog, and action. Find out more information about our events:

UPCOMING EVENTS


A Meeting of Hearts and Minds – Inaugural Event
TBD
Washington, DC
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RECENT EVENTS
GhanaProNet Mixer: A night of music, food, networking, and sports!
September 14 2013
Watchung, NJ
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Ghana's 56th Independence Anniversary Brunch
March 10, 2013
Somerset, NJ
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Combating Superstition: A Screening of Witches of Gambaga Documentary
March 24th, 2012
Grace Hotel, New York City
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Combating Superstition: A Screening of Witches of Gambaga Documentary
April 7th, 2012
Lounge 201, Washington DC
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Ghana Global Professional Network Inaugural Luncheon
October 14 2012
The Country Club at Woodmore, Mitchellville, MD
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An African Election – Documentary Screening
November 3, 2012
Washington, DC
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An African Election – Documentary Screening
December 7, 2012
Seska Lounge, Washington DC
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Asare's Den Restaurant and Lounge, New Jersey
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Les Ambassades, New York
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African Studies Center at Boston University, Massachussets
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Face 2 Face Meetings

While technological advances have seamlessly enabled executives and associates to have weekly conferences via the phone or the internet, members make the effort to meet face to face as a way to enhance the group dynamics and strengthen our solidarity.

Before our first event in New York City, GhanaProNet Executives and Associates met on two occasions.  We look forward to meeting you in person at our next event.

Face-to-Face Meeting I:  Executives, February 5, 2011, Washington, DC
Face-to-Face Meeting II:  Executives & Associates, December 3, 2011, Washington, DC and  Boston, MA
Face-to-Face III Executives and Associates June 16 , 2012, Washington, DC
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Face-to-Face IV Executives and Associates July 14, 2012, New York, NY
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Face –to-Face V Associates July 23, 2012, New York, NY
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Face-to-Face VI Executives and Associates October 7, 2012 Newark, NJ
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West African Wisdom
Adinkra Symbols & Meanings...

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ANANSE NTONTAN "spider's web"

symbol of wisdom, creativity and the complexities of life. Ananse, the spider, is a well-known character in African folktales. (Willis, The Adinkra Dictionary, www.adinkra.org )