New Faces Take Over TTAG-Weekly Journal As Miss Nathlaine Becomes First Female Chairperson Of The Journal
The leadership of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana’s Journal, TTAG-Weekly Journal (TWJ) has seen new faces who will be running the association’s weekly journal for 2021/2022 TTAG Year.
The new leadership, saw Miss Nathlaine Matilda Marfo heading the interim board of the journal as Chairperson.
Ever since its inception three years ago, this is the first time a woman has been appointed to lead the journal as chairperson.
Miss Nathlaine Matilda was appointed by the National President, Mr. Dimbie Abdul Manan to continue the good works of the former Chairman, Alexander Owusu Ansah.
Below are the names of the newly appointed leadership of TTAG-Weekly Journal;
- Nathlaine Matilda Marfo — Editorial Board Chairperson
- Abdul-Rahman Musah — Editor
- Bernard Brefo Frimpong — National PRM
Sector Representatives (Senior Reporters)
- Yeboah Evans Mireku — TTAG-EGA Representative
- Amidu Rashida Timazin — TTAG-ATTRICONS Representative
- Ahiagbah Godknows Kwame — TTAG-VOLTA Representative
- Owusu Asamoah Yaw — TTAG-ASHBA Representative
Who Is Nathlaine Matilda Marfo?
Miss Nathlaine is a newly trained teacher, a gender activist and an entrepreneur. She holds a diploma in basic education from St. Louis college of education where she also served as SRC financial secretary. Nathlaine enjoys reading and writing.
Her teaching philosophy is “to teach is to touch lives and to give a skill is to create a lasting wealth”. She is currently the executive director for Gender Equity Awareness Network (GEAN), Administrative secretary for African Students for Interfaith Tolerance(Asfit) and the CEO of SaMa Cereals Ghana. She is also the youth MP for Old Tafo constituency on the Ghana youth leadership parliament.