Hannah Araba Opoku Gyamfi
is an eloquent and charismatic post-graduate with over 17 years administrative and events management experience in programs management within the not-for-profit sector. She’s an effective administrator with a gift of getting things done.
With a strong ability for operationalizing concepts into actual programs and projects, Araba has brought her experience in managing and coordinating CSO programs and networks within an administrative and development context to bear in the Church. She is currently works as an executive assistant in the ICGC Head Office.
Her post-graduate training in Psychology has positioned her to work with different groups, both young and old in supporting their personal and career development. She has facilitated life coaching sessions for both religious and non-religious groups. Araba loves working with young people, predominantly due to the fact that she’s always been a child at heart. She’s worked with the ICGC Christ Temple Youth Church for the past 17 years and is currently in charge of the Christ Temple Young Adult’s group, RADIX).
She’s mentored several young people over the years. Araba loves talking and spends most of her extra time talking. She was a Co-host on the Super Morning Show on Joy 99.7FM in 2013 as well as hosting her own family and lifestyle counseling show, Family Moments, on Class 91.3FM from 2015 to February 2019.
Araba is married to the quiet but charming Nana Yaw Opoku Gyamfi and together they have two active and energetic boys, Judah-Jayden and Jedidiah.