This generation of young African women is the most ambitious yet. They are eager to build industries, reform societies, save lives, rewrite history, and transform the continent; of such a breed is Trudy Arnold.
A graduate from Ghana’s premier university, the University of Ghana, Legon with a BA Degree and a Master’s Degree from Imperial College, London, Msc Management, a former Miss Malaika Ghana, 2nd Runner Up and CEO of Studio 7 Beauty Lounge, one of Ghana’s fastest growing beauty brands, Trudy Asamaniwa Arnold, is a purposeful and ambitious young woman who does not settle for anything mediocre.
Trudy is also the Founder of The School For Success Scholarship Program, a non-profit platform that funds young, brilliant females who seek to add value to their lives through formal or vocational education to achieve their seemingly farfetched dreams.
She is also the Co-Founder of the WE Festival Africa - a unique event dedicated to supporting women entrepreneurs who are in the trenches of building their business.
A staunch Christian with a genuine love for God’s work, Trudy inculcates core Christian principles in her businesses as well as her personal life. She believes that every young woman deserves the platform to fully realise her potential and become the best version of herself.
Being the head of a plush and luxurious yet affordable unisex beauty lounge at one of the busiest business centres in Accra, Trudy envisions radically changing the beauty industry in Ghana. She believes in giving true value for money and as such, sees to it that her clients are treated with the utmost care and respect at her establishment.