Priscilla Appiah

Head of Core Training and Leadership Coach

Priscilla is an education enthusiast with teaching, research, advocacy, learning consultancy, teacher training and education management experience.

She participated in the implementation of the Individualized Education Plan proposed by Ghana Education Service to meet special education needs at the Garden City Special School and then served as a teaching and research assistant at the department of sociology and social work, KNUST with active involvement in Adolescent Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence research. She further led stakeholder engagements at Academic City College towards roundtable discussions for its flagship Entrepreneurship Program. Her directional leadership in education found her leading the Brainiacs Learning Education Technology Start-up to promote self-learning and digital literacy through school partnerships and personalized learning approaches. She further served as secretary to the African Curriculum Association’s Strategic Planning Committee to compile a 10year Strategic Development Plan.  At Learning Time, she provided training to parents on Child Cognitive and Behavioral Development and further led training sessions on teaching and learning innovations organized by EDUCATION 360 to upskill teachers for Emergency Remote Teaching.

Priscilla holds a degree in Social Work and Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with specialization in Community Organization and Development and further pursued Policy Analysis (Economics) at the Global Academy of Finance and Management, GAFM, U.S.A with affiliation to the Association of Certified Chartered Economists, ACCE. Her passion for education and improving learning outcomes led her to train in online courses such as designing and leading learning systems from the University of Michigan, EdX, Training of Trainers from Alison Online, etc.

At EduSpots, Priscilla is responsible for coordinating core training programmes, coaching education project leaders, developing effective volunteer engagement and project tracking systems in addition to acting as the organization’s child protection officer in Ghana while creating and implementing communication strategies. She is happy to work with community stakeholders, volunteers, teachers, learners and experts to advance education opportunities in rural Ghana and beyond.