Donna Akuamoah is an activator and organizer for women health. For over 5 years, Donna served as Executive for International Ministries at United Methodist Women’s National Office where she assisted over 70 community health workers across Central Africa to access maternal and child health resources. She has led workshops for more than 2000 women in the United States to raise awareness of health needs and mobilize communities to take action.
Born in Ghana, Donna is the youngest child in a family of 6 children. She completed her primary and secondary education in Ghana, and her Bachelors degree at Claflin University, a United Methodist affiliated college in South Carolina. In 2011, Donna received her Juris Doctor from Duke University. Donna remains a dedicated advocate for human rights worldwide.