Volunteer Award


Ms. Aya-Marie Hewlett Volunteer and Appreciation Award recipient 2015

Vincent Kewala Nyambi Foundation is proud to present an Appreciation Award to Ms. Aya-Marie Hewlett, she is an American Peace Cop who worked in Bamenda Cameroon and volunteered her services to the Vincent Kewala Nyambi Foundation by training our office staff and led the field work in identifying newly added 18 orphans. Ms. Aya-Marie Hewlett was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised on Tortola, British Virgin Islands with her mother, father, grandmother and younger brother. After completing Primary School in the Caribbean, she went to Rumsey Hall School in Washington Depot CT at nine years old and has traveling ever since. After attending The Lawrenceville School in NJ, she graduated from Goizueta Business School of Emory University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Business Administration. She then spent two years working in the Caribbean and New York before joining the Peace Corps, where she worked at a Community Development Volunteer in Bamenda, Cameroon. She has started many groups aimed at providing need for communities where opportunities are lacking. Throughout her life she has worked mostly with children and young adults through various programs but is specifically interested in educational programs for youth and programs for emerging artists in developing regions. Aya-Marie hopes to get her Masters in Art & Cultural Management to be able to continue to organize programs dedicated to providing the support necessary for valuable educational assistance and the encouragement, promotion and preservation of creativity within developing communities

Vincent Kewala Nyambi Volunteer Award recipients 2014





Vincent Kewala Nyambi Foundation is proud to present a Volunteer Award from left to right to Mr. Demola Quadri (CEO Abuja Country Club), Tracy Ateh, Thelma Ateh and Mrs. Ernestine Manga in appreciation for their time and efforts volunteered.

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