Priscilla Agyeman Amoah – Social Innovations Education Coordinator


Priscilla is the Young Social Innovators’ Program Coordinator for CSI. She is a graduate of the Catholic University college of Ghana, where she developed the interest of making positive impact in her community. She was a member of Enactus CUCG, an international organization that uses entrepreneurial approach to change lives in deprived communities. She was a part of the presenting team that represented Enactus Ghana in the Enactus World cup 2013 in Cancun- Mexico and also participated in the UN Social Good Summit the same year in New York City. She served as the Monitoring and Evaluations Coordinator (M&E) for the team for the 2013/2014 academic year.

She is also a member of the SURGE team that won the first edition of the Community Service Award organized by the Osei Kusi Foundation and Selfless for Africa in 2014 with a bakery project that has empowered some teenage mothers in the Nanketewa community in the Brong Ahafo region.

In 2015, Priscilla participated in CSI’Social Innovators’ challenge at the Catholic University of Ghana, that comprised making use of design thinking and asset based community development approaches to address pressing social issues in the Bono Ahafo region of Ghana.

She loves to mentor young girls, volunteer, travel and believes in leaving the world a better place than she met it.

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