Kirsty Osei-Bempong but is also known by her nickname MisBeee. She is a London-born writer and bookworm who originates from Ghana. Her passion for writing comes from a desire to share knowledge and inspire others through the fascinating stories of ordinary people. Kirsty has a BA (Hons) in English Literature & Linguistics, an MA in International Communications and Development and a print journalism qualification from the National Council for the Training of Journalists.Kirsty has skills in video blogging, podcasting, expertise in PR, copywriting and public speaking. Her journalism experience spans nearly 20 years and includes skills in writing, commissioning and editing business to business magazines, specialist trade titles, UK national newspapers and international online publications. Her blog, MisBeee Writes, reflects stories from Ghanaians at home and in the diaspora. It explores how they are shaping and disrupting conventional thinking and discourse in literature, art and history. She is published in the weekly national Black newspaper the Voice, Film Africa, Graphic, GhanaWeb, Modern Ghana, the New Black Magazine, Music in Africa, gal-dem, and Huffington Post. Through her blog, Kirsty has spoken on cultural issues at Ghana-focused disapora network Star 100.