Cindy Tackie

Programs Facilitator

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Cindy gets joy from serving others and thus she got interested in Future of Africa’s core mission of supporting the well-being of street children when Nicholas (Programs manager) discussed his work with her. Subsequently, she interned with FOA during her long vacation in her penultimate year of her undergraduate education. It was during her internship at the Norviwo Center that Cindy decided she wanted to be part of the family due to her experience and the joy she finds in serving these kids.

As an undergraduate student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, who pursued BA.  Sociology, Cindy Alexandria believes that the environment and society shapes the lives of individuals and therefore exerts qualities of leadership, patience, hard work and good listening to understand people and help them in any way she can. Cindy Alexandria also enjoys reading, writing, cooking, and learning new things.

Now, Cindy serves as a Program facilitator here at Norviwo Community Center. Her role is to create and manage lesson plans for academic and essential life skills (ELS) and plan, coordinate and implement any activities or workshops involving academics and ELS.

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