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Georgina Mfum-Duah Boamah

Originally from Ghana and born into a Muslim family, I began my Christian journey in 1983 whilst I was in college. My ministry passion led me to work for Central Ghana Conference of Seventh-Day Adventist Church in the Treasurer Department. In 1991 I relocated to Belgium to join my husband where we took the ministry further leading to the formation of the International English-Speaking Church in Brussel. During this period, I served in various capacities to support church growth.

I moved to the UK with my family in 2004 and pursued Adult Nursing training and finally specialised in Public Health Nursing. In 2014, I received an NHS Leadership Award for managing a successful Change during the Mary Seacole Leadership programme. In 2019 I graduated with a master’s degree in business administration in Healthcare Leadership and currently working for Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust as a Young People’s Health Transition Service Lead.

I am passionate about empowering and advocating for vulnerable church members and therefore accepted the call to serve in leadership within the Health, Home and Family Life, and Community Ministries Department in London Ghana SDA Church where I supported to initiate the Food Bank. In 2014, I was appointed by the Ghanaian Adventist Churches in the UK (GAC-UK) to serve as the Women Ministries Coordinator for the sixteen Ghanaian Churches across the UK.

I have currently been called to serve as the Area 6C Women Ministry Coordinator and humbly accepted.

I am looking forward to working with all the Pastors, church leadership, and the women in making disciples for Christ. It is my prayer that we all prepare for Jesus’ second coming while we seek to make Him known to the world (Rev 14: 6-13) Amen


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