Chief Moomen attends 2024 Eisenhower Fellowships programme in US

Chief Moomen attends 2024 Eisenhower Fellowships programme in US

Ghanaian poet and playwright, Chief Moomen, has been selected to participate in the prestigious Eisenhower Fellowships Global Programme in the United States of America. Along with 24 others, Chief Moomen will spend the next six weeks touring eight states and engaging with industry experts in the American theatre industry.

Chief Moomen expressed his gratitude for being chosen out of hundreds of applicants from around the world, highlighting his work and vision for “The Mansa World” as a potentially groundbreaking and impactful project within Africa’s creative economy. He is looking forward to gaining key insights and access for the further development of his project during the Fellowship.

During his time in the US, Chief Moomen plans to attend Broadway productions, interact with senior executives, and participate in high-profile performances and presentations about “The Mansa World” on major platforms. He sees this opportunity as a significant step towards realizing his vision and is determined to make the most out of it.

Chief Moomen is known for his innovative approach to storytelling and breaking boundaries with his craft. He recently launched “The Mansa World” initiative, which aims to curate African history and heritage through various forms of content for global audiences. The initiative was officially launched at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris on October 18, 2023.

This latest opportunity for Chief Moomen to participate in the Eisenhower Fellowships Global Programme is another milestone in his career as a playwright and cultural entrepreneur.