Faith Appoh

International Volunteer Coodinator


Faith is an SDG advocate, who is passionate about Good Governance, Peace, Gender Equality, and Climate Change.

As an advocate of volunteerism, with the belief that it is a powerful way of engaging people towards tackling development challenges, Faith has over four-year experience in reaching out to women and children. She has carried out community services and developmental projects in most states in Nigeria and some other African countries, including Benin Republic, Cote d’Ivoire, and Burkina Faso.

Professionally, Faith is a Human Resources Personnel with hands-on experiences that cut across recruitment, selection, talent management, people operations, HR data analytics, and workforce planning. She holds a Masters degree in Public Administration, from Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria.

Faith have been distinguished with her volunteer work in Non-governmental organizations for ability to raise funds and sponsorships for events, good negotiation skills, and the ability to organize conferences and events. Faith has gotten some awards such as the best constituency leader for leadership and development by the Public Administration House of Parliament, Obafemi Awolowo University Chapter; Award for Excellence by Chartered Institute of Project Management, Community Impact Award by the Southwest Nigeria excellence award. She is also a fellow of the Nigeria School of Internet Governance, Ambassador for Africa Project Against Suicide, the Convener of Global Peace Initiative for UN75 in Nigeria, and also the Convener for Silencing the Guns Campaign for the Office of the African Union Youth Envoy, Nigeria.