Freda Atsunyo is a communication and knowledge management coordinator at the West Africa Centre for Peace Studies in Ghana.
In 2011, she completed Central University College, Accra, Ghana with BSc Business Administration (Human Resource Management option and her thesis title was the influence of organizational culture on employee commitment.
She started her professional career at Unilever Ghana Limited, Tema, Ghana with the Customer Development department where she worked for 1 year as a national service personal. In her time at Unilever Ghana Limited, Tema, Ghana, she focused on educating retailers on new products brand/category and standards that measure in-store performance. Her Customer Development role saw to providing leadership in shopper trends, habits, and behaviours. She had the privilege to start her career at the lowest level in the corporation and progress to a higher level now.
Freda is known for events organizing coordination for the past years as well. Freda excels in brainstorming ways to build the individual brand into surprising, yet relevant event effects. Freda recognizes that there is no secret formula for producing a perfect event. By combining passion with efficiency, personality with originality, Freda helps create events that deliver impact, memorability, and long-term brand value. Currently, she is also the CEO of Charme events since 2012, an event planner, best known for planning corporate and wedding events. Besides, while her human resource management skills represent a key part of her job, her greatest talent is to understand the vision of each client then tailor-makes an extraordinary event environment to reflect it.
Also, while her human resource management skills represent a key part of her job, her greatest talent is to understand the vision of each client by offering HR consultancy for a new startup. As a human resources (HR) officer at Mogon Company Limited, Tema, Ghana she develops, advise on and implement policies relating to the effective use of staff in Mogon Company Limited, Tema, Ghana.
She is a member of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) network since 2016.
She currently studying at the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada- Masters of Sustainable Environmental Management and currently working project work on Promising Practices in Food Reclamation (to ensure food security in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan). Also, she has been awarded a Canadian Queen Elizabeth Commonwealth Scholarship for the experiential learning for the Planetary Health Professional project.