Millersville University in Pennsylvania, USA has appointed Caroline Esinam Adzogble as an ambassador.
This come on the heels of the institution’s quest to boost their marketing and recruitment efforts to increase and diversify the multicultural numbers.
Director for the Office of International Programs and Services at the Millersville University, Patriece N. Campbell was confident that the move will provide the institution with the facelift needed to ensure the improvement of education.
“Millersville University hopes that partnering with Caroline will make our institution a “first choice” school for many students in Ghana and beyond. Her reach, as it relates to educating students and their families regarding their international educational options is matchless in the region,” Patriece Campbell said.
The 28-year-old Ghanaian born inspirational and multi-award-winning educationist, entrepreneur and philanthropist is known for redefining education across Africa.
With this new appointment as the Ambassador, she willing to go a long way in ensuring the best for the university.
“I am super excited to represent Millersville University in Africa because of the student centered programs they have to offer. Not forgetting the great tuition discounts they offer to first time students and the fact that their graduate are 100% employable on a global front,” Ms Adzogble stated.
Caroline Esinam Adzogble is also the Chief Executive of Caroline Group of Companies, a conglomerate in Ghana, Nigeria, Kenya, UK and USA.
The company’s subsidiaries include Potters international college, Caroline University, International university services, international boarding school services, mercy heart foundation and everyday travels and tours as subsidiary companies.
Caroline believes that education is the most affordable and accessible commodity on the planet, for which reason she has been touted as the face of education in Africa.
She recently announced plans to begin initiatives targeted at alleviating the plight of female prisoners as women in Ghana’s prisons.
According to the CEO, the move is to ensure that these female prisoners have a better shot at life behind bars as many of them were detained over circumstances beyond their control.
“When you listen to the stories of many women in the prisons, a lot of them are unable to afford basic sanitary pads and no woman actually deserves to use a cloth or for their menstruation. So I have taken it upon myself to provide the basic sanitary pads and products.
“I will be starting with the Nsawam prisons and I will continue to other prisons across the globe. I will also be doing donations of beauty items to the ladies in some of these prisons,” Ms Adzogble explained at a press conference June 26, 2020.
In addition to the commitment which will begin in July, Ms Adzogble revealed that she also intends to assist female inmates pay fines to grant them their freedom to return to their families.