Chapter54 is a boutique consultancy which exists to help bolster African Creative Economies through research and programming.
We deliver by working with a consortium of expert consultants across the continent and beyond. Chapter54 draws on expertise, insights and first hand knowledge of local contexts in order to contribute meaningfully and authentically to both local and global discourses; a new chapter in the narratives that prevail around the African Continent.
Ama Ofeibea Tetteh
Ama Ofeibea Tetteh is founder and lead consultant at Chapter54. With a background in Graphics & Communications, Research and Programme Management and academic qualifications from Central St. Martins, Goldsmiths College and SOAS; her career portfolio is driven by a passion to harness the Arts and Creative sector to create opportunities and contribute to new narratives about the Continent.
Having worked within the Creative and Cultural Industries for over 15 years, her professional offering centres on deep understanding of cultural nuance and appreciation for the artistic as well as the operational.
Ama previously worked as Head of Graphics and Archive at international Architectural Firm Adjaye Associates (UK), Researcher at Tom Fleming creative Consultancy (UK) and as West Africa Arts Programme Manager for British Council (GH). Currently consulting at CCA Lagos (NG) as Programme Manager for Àsìkò Art School, her practice continues to be fuelled by curiosity, creativity and connection.