My name is Sarah Apaw Moxon, a Ghanaian from the Eastern Region, Kwahu to be precise. I grew up in Aburi with my family of six and I’m a mother of one. I completed Secondary School at Great Lamptey Mills and attended Montessori Training Institute for my Tertiary Education. My hobbies and interests are cooking, listening to music, playing table tennis, reading, painting, indoor and outdoor activities, arts and crafts, public speaking and online research.
I started working with Children of the Light (CotL) in 2010. My current position is the lead teacher of the younger children, working in the library, liaison person for the parents of the children who attend the program and the Master of Ceremonies (MC) for all the special programs we hold. I enjoy my work at CotL as it gives me the chance to create. The program is unique, and I appreciate the reasoning behind what we do. We are a dedicated and committed team and are all passionate in seeing the children we work with succeed. It is through CotL that I have gained a great amount of experience and knowledge and have had the opportunity to meet some interesting personalities from Ghana and other countries.