Ewura Ama Konduaba Jenkins is a second year student of the Ghana Law School pursuing a professional law degree.
She is an experienced salesperson with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. She has worked as a Legal Advisor, a Market Research Assistant and a Legal Intern. Through these jobs she was able to hone her interpersonal skills, problem-solving skills and learn how to produce results through hard work.
Ewura Ama, when she isn’t studying or working, spends her time blogging, reading and traveling.
Sedinam Botwe is Reformation Community’s Public Relations Officer.
She is a graduate of the University of Ghana School of Law and is currently a Part 2 student at the Ghana School of Law.
Sedinam is an avid reader with a passion for working with children and contributes immensely to Booksville’s work in numerous ways.
Eunice Adwoa Ohene-Darko is a second year student of the Ghana Law School reading the Professional Law Course.
She has once worked as an intern in various legal departments as well as served as a member of various student judicial bodies. She has experience in legal writing, clerical office work as well as organizational skills.
She is currently the Organizing Secretary of a Non-Governmental Organization called Reformation Community. An organisation aimed at providing children in underprivileged societies, access to reading materials and books to instill a reading habit among them.
She enjoys watching movies, documentaries and reading.
Candice Atswei-Norkor Akpor is the Company Secretary for Reformation Community, a non-governmental organization aimed at tackling societal problems and is currently embarking on a mobile library project named Booksville.
Candice is a graduate of the University of Ghana School of Law and is currently a Part 2 Student of the Ghana School of Law.
Kekeli Dzeketey is a final year student of the Ghana School of Law.
He also works as a Research Assistant and a Private Tutor outside his school hours.
A stubborn optimist who believes in the role of the youth in building a better future, Kekeli has spent the past three years volunteering with multiple organizations and ventures targeted at youth empowerment at various levels of the educational spectrum.
Kekeli's areas of interest include Computer Technology, Geopolitics and International Humanitarian Policy.
His hobbies include listening to music and meditation.
Nana Adwoa Marfo is the Assistant Research and Development Coordinator.
She also liaises with the institutions within which we carry out our projects.
She is an LLB graduate of the University of Ghana School of Law with an aspiration to get into Tech Law.