Obeyaa believes in the transformative power of true education which is the training of the mind, the cultivation of heart and the development of body over schooling (attending classes). She is committed to a vision of helping Africa unlock its full potential through the development of its people and helping individuals live meaningful lives through the discovery of purpose. Obeyaa is pursuing a master's degree at Harvard University in Education and Entrepreneurship
What I Do
Obeyaa has had a wide range of experiences working as a Management Consultant at Price Waterhouse Coopers, a Learning and Transitions Facilitator for CAMFED Ghana, an Independent Researcher Consultant on education policy and curriculum assessment at the Ministry of Education Ghana and the Ghanaian delegate for the 12th UNESCO Youth Forum.
Judy Ann Gitahi
Who I am
Judy is passionate about development and sustainability, and how knowledge systems can be transformed and decolonized to center the lived experiences of learners and cultivate critical thinking skills
What I Do
She has experience volunteering in schools in Kenya, Ghana and the US as a teacher and mentor and believes that schools in developing countries need to be reformed to have more inclusive curriculums and incorporate more forms of deeper learning. Judy holds a bachelor's degree in Economics and Public Health from Williams College and is currently pursuing a master's degree in Development Studies at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, as a Chevening Scholar.