Jacqui Oyimer serves as a member on the Board of Directors of the Girls Education Initiative of Ghana (GEIG), and specifically responsible for Public Affairs. She holds an M.A in International Development and Social Change from Clark University, Massachusetts, USA and a B.Sc. in Marketing from the University of Professional Studies, Accra, Ghana. She is a fellow of both The President Obama’s Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) and The Ghanaian Women Social Leadership Program at Wagner New York University. Jacqui is a Commonwealth Corps Alumni for the Massachusetts Service Alliance where she served as Program Development Coordinator for the African Community Education Program.
Jacqui is a Counsellor and Leadership Coach at Alpha Beta Christian College (ABCC) where she serves as the key contact for guiding and counselling students, parents, and teachers with challenges in their lives at home, school and communities. She provides individual advising and helps equip students with life skills necessary for standing out and winning in life. She assists students in creating success plans and supports them through personal, leadership, educational and professional development. She also designs and facilitates the curriculum for the school’s flagship change-maker leadership program, the Adinkrahene Leadership Program.
Jacqui has held several leadership positions in various youth organizations, including serving as the 1st Vice President of the West African Network of Young Female Leaders. She is currently the Chairperson for the Education, Training and Capacity Building Committee of the Network. She has represented Ghana and the Pan-African Youth Union in a number of of international engagements including attending the United Nations Alliance of Civilization Conference in Turkey, World Forum on Immigration, Democracy and Cooperation in Spain and Regeneration World Youth Congress in Canada.
She is the founder of She-Attitudes International, an emerging social impact organization that seeks to shape the mindsets and develop skill sets of young Christian women to meet their full potential in order for them to actively participate in community development and nation building. She is passionate about mentoring young females and supports her husband in pastoring a wonderful community church in Accra, Ghana.