Log In

Don't have an account? Sign up now!

Lost Password?

Sign Up


Abigail Sarpong Public relations officer, Editor, Writer



Personal details

Name: Abigail Sarpong.

Gender: Female.

Marital status: Single.

Nationality: Ghanaian.


HomeAddress: ANT/012/B TABORA – ALHAJI.

Postal Address: P.O. Box 807, Darkuman – Kokompe.

Email: abigailsarpong46@yahoo.com

Mobile: 0557394732/0266381579.

Languages spoken: Twi, Ga, Ewe, English

Career objectives

I am a task oriented, intelligent, smart, creative, an initiative oriented individual, with excellent inter personal skills, a team builder and leader, who possesses a keen interest in any working position given in an organization.

With my outstanding verbal and non -verbal as well as good communication skills over the years I have chalked success with every opportunity amidst challenges.

I am a focused individual aimed at achieving targets given by a given organization



Good presentation skills.

Good orator.

Excellent interpersonal skills.

A team player.

Educational background.

WASSCE, O’reilly Senior High School, Greater Accra.

Ghana Institute of Journalism (currently as a weekend student studying Communications Studies specializing in Public Relations)





Special qualities




Excellent leadership skill.


Initiative driven.

Working Experience


2014-2015 Class Teacher, Lilliput Preparatory School

Work Achievements

2014- 2016 Organize class and maintaining order and working on a timeline to make sure students understand subjects and pass in exams I also helped children with reading difficulty improve on their reading by spending time after school hours to help them.

2016- 2019 worked in over 10 schools providing skills and creative arts training in beadwork which helped students develop their creative skills and by the time the sessions was over they were able to come out with great designs by themselves. It also boosted their entrepreneurial skills as we encouraged them to sell their crafts.

2019 worked with the National Identification Authority in registering people for the Ghana Card. I worked with my team to make sure that there was no malpractice happening.

Volunteered and later worked with Lifeline for Children Living with Cancer (LCC.GH) at the Korle –bu teaching hospital to teach parents of children living with cancer at the mother’s hostel in beadwork and also helped children with academic activities. I also worked with the children to make artworks with beads which were sold to raise funds for during a fundraising gala at Alisa Hotel

Volunteer Work

Volunteered with Mckingtorch Africa renewable plastic waste organization in Ghana to bring awareness on the menace of plastic waste in our community.

I worked with my sister at Save Them Young Orphanage Home in giving them skill in beadwork and they made some products which they sold to raise funds.


Esther Odoom.



Irene Havor

Societe Generale Accra Central


Akua Sarpong

Lifeline for Childhood Cancer