“I am a feminist. It’d be stupid not to be on my own side.”
– Maya Angelou
Nyangah Rogers-Wright

Nyangah Rogers-Wright

Administratrice de programmes

Nyangah holds a Social Work degree from Fourah Bay College. She served as a safe space mentor for in-school adolescent girls in MacDonald Village through Project Pikin. In 2018, she volunteered as a Psychosocial Counsellor at Variety Children and Family Service, an Interim Care Center for abandoned children.

She is involved in all advocacy activities ongoing at Purposeful, including campaigning for the government to lift the ban on pregnant girls attending school, and ending the culture of rape in Sierra Leone through the Black Tuesday Movement. She plays an integral role in sourcing stories for Karo Kura.