With an academic background in Psychology and an MA in Children, Youth, and
international development, Tina has managed and coordinated quality inclusive
programmes and advocacy services for children and young people. Her work has included;
improving service delivery to children with special education needs, as well as strategically
planning and implementing specialist services and programmes for young asylum seekers
and refugees. Tina has also designed a rehabilitation programme for child victims of
trafficking in Ghana. Whilst undertaking these varied and specialist roles, Tina would often
take on additional responsibilities in Safeguarding Leadership.
Tina went on to become an international child protection gender-based violence and gender inclusion consultant. In this role Tina would Deliver thought provoking training on prevention and response strategies, as well as advising clients on how to implement gender inclusive strategies for their companies.
Tina has used her experiences and expertise to set up a non-profit organisation that invests in the education, skills, training, and mental wellbeing of young women in Ghana. Her commitment towards children's rights and gender equality resulted in her being recognised for her honourable service to humanity by the Humanitarian Awards Global (2021) & also being listed as a next generation trailblazer by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (2020).
Beyond her career experiences, Tina is as an author and further runs an independent e- commerce store, which celebrates black history and female leadership.