In her nine-year journey as a STEM Advocate, Elizabeth has tackled various topics in different areas of interest.

In a recent address, Elizabeth emphasized the significance of understanding one's driving force, or "why," behind daily decisions and actions. Over six weeks, the series explored essential topics such as Clarifying Your Why, How To Sell an Idea, Why You Sometimes Need To Reinvent The Wheel, and Personality Traits, among others.

Her talk focused on unveiling the inherent power within each woman and emphasizing the transformative potential that lies therein. y fostering belief in their individual and collective abilities, Elizabeth believes women can effectively address community challenges and contribute to creating a better world for themselves and future generations.

In a recent speaking engagement, Elizabeth had the privilege of delivering a talk on Personal Development to members of the CCR Diasporan Network. Her presentation covered insightful topics including Understanding Self-Development, Practical Ways to Embark on Self-Development, Personal Branding, and Tips for Continuous Self-Improvement. 

She addressed participants at a Study Abroad Seminar specifically tailored for the alumni of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, her alma mater. The primary objective was to enlighten the alumni about various opportunities and assist them in securing admissions to universities with tuition-free programs.

Elizabeth had the privilege of participating as a speaker during the virtual edition of Aerospace Professionals In Schools (APIS) week, an event hosted by the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals (OBAP).

AAES Alumni Engagements - Ghana

Elizabeth, an esteemed graduate of the Association of Aerospace Engineering Students (AAES) at KNUST, was a speaker for the 2022 AAES Week Celebration. Her role was to rekindle the enthusiasm for Aerospace Engineering among undergraduate students by highlighting the abundant opportunities present in the local aviation sector.

Girl-Powered STEM Workshop - Ghana

The goal of the initiative was to bring together tech enthusiasts of all genders into a single community and encourage them to become part of the robotics world.

Navigating The New Aerospace Post Covid-19 - Ghana

Elizabeth participated in a webinar focused on examining the latest developments in aviation, including technology, business, policy, and career trajectories, with a focus on initiating new perspectives and strategies for the industry following the COVID-19 pandemic.

The New African Education Webinar - Ghana

Elizabeth tackled the topic "Navigating Student Entrepreneurship" under the broader theme of "Cultivating a Vibrant Mindset and Proactive Stance in African Youth as Entrepreneurs" for TQUAD. 

Celebrating 20 Years of Otumfuor’s Dynamism - Ghana

She delivered a presentation titled "Envisioning the Future Role of Unmanned Air Vehicles in Enhancing Ghana's Agricultural Sector." The audience included prominent figures such as His Royal Majesty Otumfuor Osei-Tutu II, the revered Chancellor of KNUST, along with distinguished members of the University Council, accomplished alumni, and present students.

6th Women In Engineering Forum - Ghana

During the 6th Women In Engineering Forum, Elizabeth delivered a talk on "Choosing Science and Pursuing Engineering."  Her objective was to motivate high school students to pursue STEM subjects and establish careers in these domains. The event was graced by eminent personalities, including the first female engineer of Ghana, the female President of the Ghana Institution of Engineering, and the founding President of Women In Engineering, Ghana.

“Time is fleeting. But the impact we make within that time is eternal.”

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