Joe Biden has been appointed as the 46th President of United States after emerging victorious in the US polls with a total of 290 electoral votes.
Kamala Harris has also become the first female Vice in America but their victory did not come without hard work from a dedicated team.
One of the most important roles was Joe Biden winning over the black community in America and the role was perfectly executed by a Ghanaian lady identified as Adjoa Asamoah.
Adjoa Asamoah served as Campaign Adviser to Joe Biden and he helped win over majority of the votes in the Black communities.
Ms Asamoah was born to a Ghanaian father and a Black-American mother and she confirmed in an interview that she once visited Ghana some time ago.
“My father was born under colonization in what would become Ghana and retired as Africana studies and a political science professor. My mother was born in the Jim Crow south, and experienced racism on multiple fronts. Both were civically engaged, and I was born into the movement, with their lived experiences informing my career choices,” Ms Asamoah told Watch The Yard.
“By the age of nine, I had gone to the birthplace of both parents, and in witnessing Black people struggle in two different countries on two different continents, as unbelievable as I realize it sounds, I declared then I would dedicate my life to moving Black people forward.
Prior to the 2020 US election, She told Watch The Yard that he passion about empowering the black race caught the attention of Biden and she was made adviser to the President elect to help conquer the community.
She holds three degrees in psychology, with focus on human behavior.
“I was a practising therapist and cofounder of a mental health clinic in Philly, and also consulted in education to address the need to create positive school climates and culturally competent approaches to educating students,” she said.