- Young female artist, Faustina Nyaama, has become a household name for her creatively-styled designs
- Through her exceptionally stunning artworks, she has earned her spot in a male-dominated filed
- The Ghanaian talent is the Founder and Director of SITRA, an affiliate of SWOPA
- Through her company, Faustina Nyaama, provides training for children to help them identify and refine their talent
Male-dominated occupations are particularly vulnerable to reinforcing masculine stereotypes that make it even more difficult for women to excel, but Founder and Director of SITRA, has become a household name for her adorable designs.
Faustina Nyaama Nsoh has captured the attention of art enthusiasts through her mind-blowing artworks while challenging stereotypes in a so-called male dominated field.
Born in Sirigu in the Kasena Nankana West District, Upper East region of Ghana, Faustina Nyaama Nsoh, completed Sirigu Senior High school in 2002 after graduating Adabayire Memorial Junior High school in Navrongo.
She proceeded to Ghanatta College of Art and Designs and graduated in 2016.
After attaining college education, Faustina Nyaama began a career at the Sirigu Women's Organization for pottery and Art (SWOPA), as the Director of Art for 16 years.
The exceptionally talented female artist currently is the Founder and Director of SITRA, an affiliate of SWOPA.
Through her company, Faustina provides training for young people as part of efforts to bring talents into alignment and help them find their purpose.
Faustina Nyaama will be featuring some of her designs at the Chale Wote festival, slated to come off in August 2019.
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