Norman Gyamfi Set to Speak at OFTC Black History Month Events
Oconee Fall Line Technical College (OFTC) is pleased to announce Norman Gyamfi as speaker for the college’s Black History Month events scheduled for the Sandersville Campus on Wednesday, February 9 and Dublin on Monday, February 28.
The events will take place from 11 AM – 12:30 PM in the Sandersville Campus Tarbutton Center and Dublin Campus Porter Center where students will enjoy a boxed lunch courtesy of the college’s Student Government Association.
Gyamfi is an entrepreneur, engineer and economist and the founder and owner of several companies including Undivided Entertainment, Undivided Touring, Tribl Records, Doxology Creative and Maverick City Music.
He specializes in production, digital marketing, and business development with clients including BET, TV One, Lifetime, OWN, My Block Records, and Relevé Entertainment.
His management company, Undivided, is now the largest management company in faith-based music representing artists, including Chandler Moore, Travis Greene, Aaron Moses, Todd Dulaney, Tim Bowman, Jonathan McReynolds, Maverick City Music and JJ Hairston.
His company Undivided Touring recently completed a sold-out national arena tour featuring Maverick City, a Billboard-winning contemporary music collective.
Gyamfi’s Tribl Records is an arts collective and industry think tank that exists so artists with diverse backgrounds, sounds and stories, can come together to experience the genesis of a new worship sound outside of the confines and barriers of the industry. Tribl has shattered streaming records, including most first-day album streams for the Christian/Gospel genre on Apple and most album streams in a day in the U.S. from a Christian Group on Spotify. Tribl artists have garnered GRAMMY®, DOVE and Stellar Award nominations, a Billboard Music Awards win for top Gospel Album, multiple Billboard No. 1 albums and singles, 250M+ streams, and more than 1M YouTube subscribers.
Gyamfi is married to Blair and is the father of three. He holds bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Industrial Engineering and a master’s degree in Economics from Georgia Institute of Technology.
For more info about OFTC’s Black History Month Events or the 130+ programs, visit OFTC.edu.