Wendy Nunoo is a versatile professional and an assertive young woman who aspires to bring positive change and development wherever she finds herself. Wendy has just joined the Executive Women’s Network as an Office Manager with about seven years of experience in Relationship Management, Customer Service and Networking.

Her work with not-for- profit organisations over the years afforded her the opportunity to develop herself in initiating new projects and ideas with an aggressive fundraising drive for development and social interventions. All these were achieved because of good negotiation, persuasive and communication skills as well as good planning and organising skills.

Wendy holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration (specialisation in International Relations) from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and French Language from the University of Ghana Legon. She also has an Intermediary Certificate in French Language from the University of Lausanne, Switzerland after she completed a one year French programme.
Wendy loves to volunteer. She is an active member of the Mfantsiman Old Girls’ Association (MOGA) where she has voluntarily taken up developmental and fundraising initiatives to support the School. She also serves on several committees in the association. She is a Christian and worships at the Apostolic Church of Ghana, Kwashieman and a member of the choir, as she loves to sing.

Wendy’s assertive nature and desire for change coupled with her work experience over the years puts her in good position to drive the EWN agenda which seeks to empower, inspire and support women to achieve their maximum best in the corporate world and society through a network of like-minded women. She looks forward to a future where equality between men and women is not a topic for discussion.
She is married to Rexford Nunoo, a financial analyst and they live together with their two children in Accra.

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