Kwadwo Gyase Nkita-Mayala

Teacher at Nsoromma School Inc

Location:
2295 Benjamin E. Mays Dr SW, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Company:
Nsoromma School Inc
HQ Phone:
(404) 755-4994
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Last Updated 2/5/2017

General Information

Employment History

Founding Teacher  - KIPP Metro Atlanta

Owner  - Adiama

Education

Master's degree  - African Studies , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

bachelor's degree  - Morehouse College

Web References  

:: The Nsoromma School ::

Kwadwo Gyase Nkita-Mayala - Teacher
Kwadwo brings nearly a decade of professional teaching experience alongside a deep commitment to Afrikan-centered excellence to the Nsoromma family. He has served as an instructor at public, private, home-school and community-based institutions within the Atlanta area at the elementary through high school levels and beyond. In 2002 he completed a bachelor's degree at Morehouse College in African-American Studies and most recently received a Master's degree in African Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Kwadwo has traveled extensively throughout West Africa including the countries of Ghana, Togo, Burkina Faso and Mali. He is an enthusiastic student of several Afrikan cultural traditions and currently teaches the Akan language of Ghana to both children and adults. His interests include: creative writing, martial arts, music and photography. Kwadwo and his wife, Ayo who is also a teacher, have two daughters and a son.

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:: The Nsoromma School ::

Kwadwo Gyase - Teacher Kwadwo brings nearly a decade of professional teaching experience alongside a deep commitment to Afrikan-centered excellence to the Nsoromma family.He has served as an instructor at public, private, home-school and community-based institutions within the Atlanta area at the elementary through high school levels and beyond.In 2002 he completed a bachelor's degree at Morehouse College in African-American Studies and most recently received a Master's degree in African Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.Kwadwo has traveled extensively throughout West Africa including the countries of Ghana, Togo, Burkina Faso and Mali.He is an enthusiastic student of several Afrikan cultural traditions and currently teaches the Akan language of Ghana to both children and adults.His interests include: creative writing, martial arts, music and photography.Kwadwo and his wife, Ayo who is also a teacher, have a daugther, Noni, and a newborn son Kweku!

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