Mercy Catherine Adjabeng is a Ghanaian author, editor-in-chief and Managing Editor of the Discovery Teen Magazine. She is also the Communications and Media Advisor of Women in Law and Development in Africa (WiLDAF). She is a member of i2iMegaHub, an NGO supporting African especially the youth harness their ideas to make global impacts
Mercy studied at the University of Cape Coast for her Bachelor of Education degree in Psychology with English from 1994 to 1998. She is an experienced, enthusiastic, dynamic and results oriented communications specialist, gender advocate, writer & public speaker with a demonstrated record of working in the government, NGO & Education industry, and Diplomatic community. She has skills in advocacy, strategic planning, and media management.
Among her certificates are Project Management, Leadership Certificate, Advocacy & Citizen engagement, Good Governance & Social Accountability Tools, Communication & social media, Managers & Policy Makers, Social Safety Net and Managers & Policy Makers Reform Communication: Leadership, Strategy & Stakeholder Alignment Certificate
She is a former English Language and Literature teacher at Wesley Girls’ High School in Cape Coast. She interviewed the US Ambassador to Ghana, Robert Potter Jackson. She partnered with French Embassy in Ghana, GOLDKEY Properties and UNFPA Ghana to launch the Discovery Teen Magazine and the Discovery Teen Chat forum. She has also partnered with Stanbic Bank Ghana, I-ZAR Group, Effe Farms and Trading Enterprise among others. She currently works at 3FM. She is also the Research and Public Affairs Officer of the Australian High Commission in Ghana.
Mrs. Mercy has a heart which seeks to address issues confronting teenagers like challenges they face at their teen stage. She donated books called ‘Understanding English Literature’ to Wesley Girls’ High School and St. Thomas Aquinas and Forces Secondary Technical School in Accra.
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