Deputy Director : NADIA ADONGO FYNN
Nadia Adongo Fynn was appointed as the Deputy Director for the Diaspora Affairs, Office of the President in February 2017. She holds a BA in Gerontology and has trained as a Volunteer Co-ordinator in Counselling Skills Fundamentals for Loss and Life, as well as certification in Crucial Conversation in Ontario, Canada. Her professional work experience includes management roles in long term care and Volunteer Coordination in Canada.
Nadia is highly dedicated and deeply passionate about community engagement and involvement. She is a strong advocate for sports, educational and wellness programs for the youth, adults and seniors. She served as Public Relations Officer of the Northern Ghana Cultural Group of Toronto and has organised fundraising support initiatives for neglected seniors in Northern Ghana since 2006. She has organised and coordinated other fundraising initiatives such as Help the Aged Canada and the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Walkathon in Ontario Canada.
She was recognised and became the proud recipient of the Ghanaian-Canadian Courageous Women Award in Canada.
With such a remarkable track record of diligence, hard work, competence and achieved excellence in organising programs and community activities, Nadia is committed to continue in her work with the team at the Diaspora Affairs to meet their goals and objectives in ensuring that the diaspora becomes an important and integral part of Ghana’s economic development.