My guest for tonight holds a LL.B, B.L (University of Ghana/Ghana School of Law); LL.M (Georgetown University, Washington D.C, USA); M.A, M.Th. and current PhD candidate in Theology, Akrofi-Christaller Institute for Theology, Mission and Culture (ACI) Ghana. Fellow of Women?s Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program, Georgetown University, USA; Salzburg Seminar, Austria; Resident Scholar, Rockefeller Foundation Centre, Bellagio, Italy. Adjunct Lecturer in Gender and the Law, University of Ghana Law Faculty. She is a member of a number of high profile international organizations and Boards. She has under her belt several awards including African Women?s Leadership Institute award for Excellence in Feminist Leadership in Africa; United States of America Embassy 2nd Annual Martin Luther King Jnr. Award for Peace and Social Justice and the Millennium Excellence Awards in 2010.
Angela Dwamena-Aboagye has invested 23 years of her life into women?s human rights activism, policy advocacy and services. She is the Executive Director of The Ark Foundation, which she established in Ghana in 1995. What is her motivation? Where does she derive fulfilment and drive from? What are her life principles and values? Angela joins me in edition six of Leaders Digest on Springboard, your virtual university, tonight. Do make a date with us.