Ms. Emelia Naa Ayeley Aryee is an energetic woman passionate for change in the society – wherever she finds herself. She believes positive change is possible no matter the situation.
Women and Children affairs have been her focus; and this is why she has written many articles on the subject, seeking to defend those perceived as the “weak” in the society. She has thus taken part in workshops and capacity programmes on the issue of women and children, as well as other related ones, both in Ghana and abroad.
Ms. Aryee is a media practitioner with over 12 years’ experience. As a volunteer to the Missing Children Ghana Initiative by Regina Asamoah, Emelia seeks to contribute her efforts in ensuring that children grow with their families, not in institutions.
Ms. Janet Asamoah is a secretary and a volunteer at Missing Children Ghana. She’s motivated by the mission to serve and help people find a sense of inclusion in families and the society.
She worked as a quality control analyst and a quality assurance inspector in Ghana’s leading privately operated cocoa processing company.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
Ms. Mavis Yaa Acheampong is a young Ghanaian Journalist, who has a strong passion for her job. She is Volunteer working as a production assistant on the Missing Children Documentary Series which is the flagship initiative of Missing Children Ghana.
She holds an Advance Certificate in Communication and Governance from Knutsford University College.
Anthony is a trained Public Relations Practitioner and Communicator, with a passion for supporting vulnerable children in the society.
He Holds a BA in communication Studies from the Ghana Institute of Journalism, a Diploma in Public Relations from the University of Professional Studies, and a certificate in internet security and new social media from TCS in India.
He is also a documentarian, voiceover artist, content creator, and photo /video editor. Anthony enjoys exploring his creative interests and honing his multimedia production skills.
He is a passionate storyteller and uses his talents to create compelling content that inspires and informs others.
Philip Kwarteng is a Broadcast journalist and Cinematographer who is passionate about his work.
He has been in the media fraternity for over 7 years. Philip’s main objective is to work in a challenging environment and in a position that he can use to exhibit his personal attributes and capabilities to help advance himself as a media person and as a good team player.
He shoots documentaries, short films, commercials and takes coverage of all events. Philip also has a great voice and personality for radio and television presentation.