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Reading: Joyce Baryonnoh Nagbe: The First Law Student in Her Family and a Trailblazer for Women in Liberia
Reading: Joyce Baryonnoh Nagbe: The First Law Student in Her Family and a Trailblazer for Women in Liberia

Joyce Baryonnoh Nagbe: The First Law Student in Her Family and a Trailblazer for Women in Liberia

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Joyce Baryonnoh Nagbe: The First Law Student in Her Family and a Trailblazer for Women in Liberia
Joyce Baryonnoh Nagbe: The First Law Student in Her Family and a Trailblazer for Women in Liberia

A young Liberian lady identified as Joyce Baryonnoh Nagbe is a remarkable young woman who is breaking barriers and achieving great things in her family. She is not only the first Bachelor’s and Master’s degree holder but also the first law student in her family. These feats are a testament to her hard work and determination to succeed.

Joyce’s academic accomplishments are nothing short of impressive. She has made the Dean’s Special List at the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law, a notable achievement that is not easily attained. This shows that she has not only excelled in her studies but has also demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and a commitment to academic excellence.

At the University of Liberia, Joyce has maintained a 3.5 GPA, an outstanding accomplishment that speaks to her dedication to her studies. Her academic performance is evidence that she is a bright and talented young woman who has a promising future ahead of her.

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Recently, Joyce was honored by veteran professors during an indoor program held last night for some of the longest-serving lecturers at UL. This recognition is a testament to her academic excellence and her outstanding contributions to the university community.

Joyce’s achievements are particularly noteworthy because she is a woman breaking barriers in a society where women are often marginalized and overlooked. She is a shining example of what is possible when one works hard, stays focused, and refuses to be held back by societal norms and limitations.

It is inspiring to see a young woman like Joyce breaking boundaries and achieving great things. She is a role model for other young women who aspire to pursue their dreams and reach their full potential. Joyce’s story shows that with determination, hard work, and perseverance, anything is possible. Some women are truly doing great things, and Joyce is one of them.

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Festus Conteh is an international youth that functions conveniently in all forms of writing including article writing, news, script, content writing, constitution and project/proposal writing. Writing is fun to Festus and has brought fame and recognition in his clime. In 2019, he was awarded best upcoming writer in an online writing completion that was organized by the Association of Sierra Leonean Authors (ASLA). After his impactful contribution to national development and cohesion through writing, he was nominated for the African Genius Award for the Best Writer in Africa Award Category an award he lost to one of the greatest African Writers - Chinua Achebe. In 2022, Festus was one of the applicants to the Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC) as Vice Chairperson (Policy and Advocacy) a process that met imperil feedback. As a freelancer, Festus has written articles for magazines, newspapers, and media houses and his articles have attracted big media houses including BBC, Aljazeera and Legit. Ng and is the Head of Programs at Salone Messenger a public relations firm based in Sierra Leone with the latest news and information. He is the founder of Africa’s Wakanda a platform that spotlight the beauty of Africa. Festus is also a perpetual volunteer in life-changing causes and has shown great commitment and dedication to being a catalyst and solution to the challenges faced by young people like himself. Festus currently serves as the Secretary General of the Africa Youth Leaders movement which is a network of youth between the ages of 20 – 30 years who have shown achievement, leadership potential and commitment to make a difference. Festus is also the Africa Focal Point of Youth for Change Initiative, which is a platform through which young people can access resources, be empowered and given the opportunity to grow to become useful members of society who will participate in the development of their communities and nation. Along with another Africa Youth platform, Festus has Co-Founded the Future of Africa initiative which is an advocate forum with the aim to bring together local and international socio-economic stakeholders to support innovative programs aimed at advancing the radical and practical progress of adoption awareness-vulnerable children and youth and youth leadership-through interlinking local, regional and international resources and opportunities.