Abena Koomson

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Meet Abena Koomson, a whirlwind of creativity and ambition whose life is currently about her full-time PR postgrad at York University. When she’s not diving deep into her studies, you’ll find her weaving digital magic as a content creator for IBS Consulting, where her knack for captivating content lights up the social media world.

But Abena’s not all work and no play. She’s a global affairs enthusiast, spending her downtime exploring the vast corners of the internet, only to find herself tumbling down the endlessly entertaining rabbit hole of Instagram reels. As the day winds down, she switches gears to sharpen her language skills with a nightly Duolingo lesson, chats about the day’s adventures with her partner and lets the soulful tunes of Jorja Smith fill the room, creating the perfect chill-out vibe.

Don’t let her love for iced coffee fool you—Abena’s also a sucker for a cozy cup of hot chocolate, striking the perfect balance between cool and comforting. 

And when it’s movie time? She’s all in for the vibrant and heartwarming world of Encanto, a film that, much like her, is full of colour, depth, and inspiration.

Articles by Abena Koomson

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BRB, Just Watching “Workin’ Moms”

In the late fall of 2023, I was browsing through Netflix when it suggested the show Workin’ Moms to me. I was captivated by the two-minute teaser, and I had no idea……

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Beyond Borders: Multilingualism and Public Relations

I have always been in awe of people who can speak multiple languages apart from English. Someone closest to me speaks fluent Spanish in addition to his native tongue, English.……

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