Oheneyere Dr. Gifty Naana Afia Dansoa Anti (Awo Dansoa) describes herself as a
- Journalist by Profession,
- Women’s Rights Advocate and Activist by Passion
- Chief Executive Officer of GDA Media Ltd, (producers of The Standpoint TV
programme) by Default
- Host of her own show, The Standpoint TV programme by Choice and
- President and Founder of the Girl in Need Foundation (GiNF) by Calling.
Oheneyere Dr. Anti is also an ambassador for the campaign against Newborn deaths. She is on the Board of the Ghana Federation of the Disabled.
She is also a motivational and Conference speaker and has spoken on many platforms and schools.
She holds a Master’s Degree in International Journalism from City University, London. She also holds a Diploma in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. Although
she initially wanted to do Public Relations, she got stuck to Journalism.
She currently holds an Honorary Doctor of Letters Degree, a Master’s degree in International Journalism from City University, London, and has also attended a number of training courses at the United Nations, the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association
and had an internship at SABC-Africa in South Africa.
Her first broadcast experience was at Joy FM where she was a regular
panelist on the “Young Generation” and “Every Woman” programmes.
Oheneyere Dr. Gifty Anti, worked with the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, TV division (GTV News) for 17years (including a one year National Service).
She started at GTV not as a presenter but as a reporter in the TV newsroom and a Floor Manager on the Breakfast Show (the first morning show on TV in Ghana). By dint of hard work she became a presenter on The Breakfast Show on the first day the programme started, 13th February 1997. She resigned from GBC in December 2013.
She is currently one of Ghana's leading and celebrated broadcasters and a role model to many people, both young and old.
Oheneyere Dr. Gifty Anti has hosted her own show, known as The Standpoint, since 2008.