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Alice Frimpong Sarkodie Wins For Ghana.

Ghana’s Alice Frimpong Sarkodie popularly known as Ms. Sark has been adjudged the Outstanding Woman in Education at the just ended African Outstanding Women’s Awards (AOWA) held at Capitol Hotel, Cocody in Abidjan. AOWA is an annual event organized by Askofproductions to honour and recognize women whose projects and works are impacting humanity positively.

Alice Frimpong Sarkodie (Ms. Sark) is both a social and formal educator and a multiple award winner who is very passionate about helping people especially young people in various fields of endeavour receive needed support to achieve and realize their highest selves. This has earned her the accolade ‘Betterlifeadvocate’.

She is the Director of Nobel Heights School, a private basic school in Ghana. She is also a development agent and a lifecoach who is a regular radio and tv voice educating and creating awareness on various life issues.

Ms. Sark winning this award does not come as a surprise to many because she has mentored and inspired countless number of people to start living purposeful lives. She is committed to helping every single person who crosses her path through thick and thin to become a better version of themselves.

Looking for a motivator, a coach or a resource person? Reach out to Ms. Alice Frimpong Sarkodie (Ms. Sark).
Nobel Heights School is a private school located at Dar Salam Junction in Amasaman. The school employs a multidisciplinary approach to teaching and learning, focusing on the academic, social and emotional development of the child. Children in this school learn to lead with a sense of patriotism and responsibility.

 

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