Above: (top) Benita, Debrah, (bottom) Siddika, Emmanuel Siddika was a very shy girl, now she is breaking out of that shell. Pokua is generally very outspoken, now she is a better listener. Emmanuel was timid too, now he inspires other boys. Benita is perseverant and is teaching the girls to do same. We are the Girls in Leadership and Empowerment Action Program (Girls LEAP) and Boys for Positive Change (BPC) Program Associates for the 2018/2019 academic year and we want to sha
“Oh, so you teach…” That’s the statement I get most of the time when I attempt to describe to some people what my job entails. Level Up Village Co-ordinator, that is my job title and I invite you into my world. I joined Exponential Education in May 2016. I must confess that it was the zeal to work with young people that drew me to even apply for the job in the first place and I have enjoyed every bit of it since I was given the opportunity to be a part of this diverse family.
I am Grace Marfo, a self-motivated young woman with a Bachelor’s degree in Development Education from University for Development Studies in Ghana. In 2014, right after I finished my degree, I met Exponential Education where I assisted international volunteers by interpreting demographic surveys for Senior High School (SHS) students to be selected for our Peer to Peer tutoring programs. From here I had a growing interest in Expo in the sense that, when I was serving my country