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Josephine Apiagyei


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Sister Josephine Apiagyei, SSL, is a member of the Sisters of St. Louis in Kumasi. She holds a M.S. in olericulture, an M. Ed. in educational management, and a B.S. in agriculture. She currently serves as the principal at the St. Louis Jubilee School and has experience as a science teacher in both secondary schools and teacher training colleges. Sr. Apiagyei has held numerous leadership roles, having served as the regional leader for the Institute of Sisters in Ghana for six years, the general treasurer on the Central Leadership Team of the Sisters of St. Louis in Ireland, an inspector of Catholic schools, and the vice president of the Conference of Major Superiors of Religious in Ghana. She previously worked in the Regional Catholic Educational Unit where she developed syllabi, curricula, and co-curricular activities. As a former teacher, she is passionate about empowering women to seek formal education and develop their voices to engage in society. Sr. Apiagyei is part of the inaugural cohort of the Women in Faith Leadership Fellowship.

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