Hannah Ayamba, a recent graduate of the University of Ghana, has proven that one’s failures do not define them. After failing her WASSCE and having to write the NovDec three times before gaining admission into the university, Hannah had to work to support herself during this challenging phase. However, she never gave up on her dreams.
On the 23rd of March, 2023, Hannah graduated with a BA in Sociology with Psychology, and an FGPA of 3.84. Not only did she graduate, but she also emerged as the valedictorian of her college. This achievement is a testament to her hard work and perseverance.
Hannah has expressed her interest in pursuing a career in the investment and finance space. Her passion for finance has grown over the years, and she hopes to develop the necessary hard and soft skills required for the industry. As of now, Hannah is working as a Talent Acquisition Analyst (NSP) at the Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) Africa.
Despite her impressive accomplishments, Hannah is not resting on her laurels. She plans to pursue a Master’s program in Finance and Development to further hone her skills and knowledge in the field. With her determination and drive, there is no doubt that Hannah will continue to achieve great things in her career and personal life.
Hannah’s story is a testament to the power of perseverance and resilience. Her journey from failure to success is an inspiration to all those who may be facing challenging times in their lives. Her message is clear: one’s failures do not define them. With hard work, determination, and a positive attitude, one can overcome any obstacle and achieve their dreams.