Ethel Adjorlolo Marfo Graduates With A Masters in Educational Leadership and Innovation

Ethel Adjorlolo Marfo (a.k.a BoysDocta_Ethel) an award-winning advocate and educator has just graduated with a Masters of Education degree in Educational Leadership and Innovation from from the Methodist University College-Ghana and certified by the University of Education, Winneba.

Ethel’s work has been around the personal development of boys through mentorship, coaching and innovative learning platforms to address their silent struggles, discover their God given purpose as well as inspire boys to become gender equity champions in achieving Agenda 2030 by the United Nation’s SDG5.

She is the founder and advocacy lead at Junior Shapers Africa (JSA) and Boys To Men Annual Boot camp & Internship. Ethel is highly motivated to provide boys with equal opportunities as girls when it comes to preparing them for the challenges of manhood, marriage and fatherhood as well as opportunities to have their emotional problems addressed.

She is the Author of ‘Boys To Men Voyage’, a personal development book that aims to stimulates a high sense of responsibility in future men and is married with three daughters. She rediscovered her calling as a social and educational entrepreneur  in 2015 and has pursued it passionately since then.

In 2021, she was Appointed As Faculty Member of The Prestigious EMY Africa Awards in Ghana (Exclusive Men of The Year) and Recognised Celebrant of World Day of the Annual  World of The Boy Child Celebration originated in Trinidad & Tobago. She was listed in 100 Inspirational Women in Ghana by Glitz Africa 2019. In 2018, she was a member of the Counselling and Guidance team for Mary Mother of Good Counsel School (Accra,Ghana) and received the Value Added Education Award by Educom Awards, Ghana.

She was also listed in 10 inspiring mompreneurs in Africa by based in South Africa and received the CIMG Special President’s Award Recipient (Acca,Ghana) all in 2017. She was listed in 100 Influential women in Ghana by in 2016 as well.

Ethel is hopeful of a gender equal future for our boys and girls  through the “Raising Boys Right” Advocacy  and innovative educational programs by Junior Shapers Africa.