Ajoa A. Abrokwa has been involved in community health education for over ten years and her qualifications include a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science from Temple University and a Master’s of Science in Health Administration and Health Education from Saint Joseph University, and K-12 Global Studies Programming at Harvard University.
In addition, she has led Maternal and Child Health education programming with multicultural, low-income populations. Ajoa has also led organizational culture context efforts promoting mission and values-driven practices with a focus on diversity and inclusion and organizational health and wellness. Ajoa has led global public health, education and community development efforts in Ghana, West Africa, Consuelo, Dominican Republic and Mecca, Saudi Arabia, supporting under-resourced communities work towards sustainability.
Ajoa is currently leading efforts to develop school-based health services in local public charter schools. In addition, she is working to support children and families with building capacity and maximizing resources in effort to close achievement gaps.