Tag: Regional Manager

New Regional Manager in Italy

We are pleased to announce we have further representation in Western Europe as we can reveal Evelyne Afaawua has been appointed as Regional Manager in Italy.

Based in Northern Italy  Evelyne  will be working with the Future of Ghana team to deliver our aims and objectives in Italy. She is a TEDxMilanoWoman speaker, occasional radio personality and the founder of Afro-Italian Nappy Girls (Nappytalia), a platform with over 5000 followers and members which acts as an online community at brings together African-Italian girls, who have decided to abandon chemical straightening to show off their natural curly Afro proudly.

Born and raised in Italy Evelyne is proud to call herself a “Black-Italian” but is equally proud and passionate about Ghana and is active in expressing her roots and culture through Nappytalia.

Do you live in Italy and want to get involved?  Get in touch with Evelyne via email Italy@mefirighana.com

Future of Ghana (@FutureofGH)


New Future of Ghana Regional Manager in Germany

We are very pleased to announce that previous Wam Campaign volunteer Lucy Larbi has been appointed as Regional Manager in Germany.

Lucy who is currently residing in the Netherlands due to her studies will now be working alongside the Future of Ghana team to deliver our aims and objectives in Germany.

Lucy who was born in Kumasi, Ghana is a well travelled young lady. She was raised in Germany where she resided until she completed her A-levels. From there she moved to Paris to learn French and to understand the French “savoir vivre”. Later Lucy would leave for the Netherlands,  as she  wanted to discover the world of politics and diplomacy, thus completed a three year Bachelor in Groningen at the Rijksuniversiteit.

Whilst in Madrid, Spain to study Spanish, Lucy found herself being accepted on a Masters course in Public Policy and Human Development at the United Nations University in Maastricht. She is currently writing her master thesis in the field of Innovation Economics in order to graduate in the summer. Lucy is also involved in establishing a community of learning for African PhD students, which is a e-learning platform that caters to the needs of students while completing their studies.

Do you live in Germany and want to get involved?  Get in touch with Lucy via email Germany@mefirighana.com

Future of Ghana (@FutureofGH)