Herbert Obeng, a driven 23-year-old from Ghana, is becoming a rising star in the United States through his multifaceted pursuits as an entrepreneur, influencer, and philanthropist.
Obeng grew up in the town of Obuasi, shaped by the rich cultural heritage of Ghana’s Fante tribe. After attending prestigious educational institutions like St. Augustine’s School and Opoku Ware School in Ghana, he set his sights on America.
Now a senior at the University of Maryland, College Park studying communications, Obeng has already made major waves. He founded the fashion brand “Herbin’s Fashion,” bringing African inspired styles to American shores.
However, fashion is just one aspect of this ambitious Ghanaian’s talents. Obeng is also building his influence as a master of ceremonies, content creator, graphic designer and social media influencer.
“I want to blend my Ghanaian roots and traditions with my dreams here in America,” said Obeng. “There are no limits to what I can achieve if I stay focused.”
Staying focused includes giving back – Obeng launched the “Flute Charity Foundation” to support education, healthcare and community development in Ghana. He also gives insights into his business journey through his popular content page “Herbie’s Hub.”
As if that wasn’t enough, Obeng is also chasing his passion for sports, with aspirations of becoming a sports broadcaster. Through hard work and determination, he is writing a new chapter for Ghanaians in America.
“Herbert really inspires me,” said Michael Owusu, a friend from Obeng’s hometown. “He’s paving the way for other young Ghanaians like me who want to make it big in the U.S.”
At only 23 years old, Obeng’s blend of ambition, skill, and cultural pride serves as an inspiration. With his relentless drive, there is no telling just how high this Ghanaian trailblazer can climb.