Christine Rose, outgoing President of the Board of Directors for Educational Communities Worldwide, has announced that she will be stepping down from her role as President after two years of dedicated service. Christine has served as a board member for a total of 4 years and has served as President for the past two years. During her tenure as President, the organization has made significant progress in providing educational resources to students not only in Ghana, but globally, and her contributions have been invaluable in advancing the mission of the organization.
During her time as President, Christine has worked tirelessly to support the efforts of Educational Communities Worldwide to provide quality education to students in Ghana. Through her efforts, the organization has been able to expand its reach and impact, reaching more students and families than ever before. Christine's passion for education and her commitment to making a difference in the lives of young people have been a driving force behind the organization's success.
As she steps down from her role as President, Christine will be taking on a new role as Volunteer Grant Writer, where she will continue to support the organization's mission by helping to raise funds to continue providing educational resources to students globally.
"Christine has been an invaluable member of the Educational Communities Worldwide team and we are grateful for her dedication and leadership over the past four years," said Lawrence Fianko, CEO of Educational Communities Worldwide. "Her passion for education and her commitment to making a difference in the lives of young people have been instrumental in driving the success of our organization. We are excited to see what she will accomplish in her new role as Volunteer Grant Writer and look forward to continuing to work with her."
The Board of Directors would like to express their deep gratitude to Christine for her tireless efforts and dedication to the organization over the past four years. Her contributions have made a significant impact on the lives of students in Ghana and around the world, and the organization is grateful for all that she has done to support its mission.
We wish Christine all the best in her new role as Volunteer Grant Writer and look forward to continuing to work with her as a valued member of the Educational Communities Worldwide team.