Faith Emey Blapooh is a Liberian, age 25, passionate female leader with outstanding academic and work pedigrees. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Public Administration at the African Methodist Episcopal Zion University in Liberia and served as the first female Vice President of the Student Government of that institution. She is the founder and Executive Director of Joy Givers Foundation. This local charitable organization caters to malnourished children and vulnerable teenage mothers in slum communities at Cornel West, Monrovia. She is the President of CEFM Enterprise, a Pharmaceutical entity that provides drugs and medical services to the needy in Liberia.  She is currently pursuing graduate studies at the University of Stirling, Scotland, United Kingdom, Human Rights, and Diplomacy – a course taught in partnership with the United Nations Training Institute (UNITAR).

During the past seven (7) years, Miss Blapooh has been involved with women’s and children’s welfare and human rights issues and has headed numerous campaigns. She served as Women’s Wing Chairperson of the Montserrado University Student Union with over 20,000 members in the 17 electoral districts of Montserrado County dealing with issues affecting female university students such as financial problems, sexual violence/rape, unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, alcoholism/substance abuse, among others. Miss Blapooh has facilitated and participated in numerous forums for advancing young females and women rights conducted/sponsored by institutions such as the American Embassy, National Democratic Institute of Liberia, NAYMOTE LIBERIA, National Democratic Institute, among others.  She has received many awards and testimonies and has been named one of Liberia’s 100 future female leaders.

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