Alice Gyamfi currently is a Penn State senator who was born in Ghana. Alice Gyamfi was rushed to the United States at a tender age after an alleged incident of her aunt pushing her into a pot of hot water. later on the family relocated to the United States. Alice grew up in Alexandria, VA and later moved to Woodbridge in the states. she attended Woodbridge High School and moved unto the Penn State University in 2011 for her bachelors degree in Political science. after completing a bachelor’s degree Alice moved on to study law at the same in university with precise majors or concentrations in international arbitration or litigation, mediation along with international or foreign and comparative law. Alice served as a policy analyst and strategist for President Barack Obama USA- Africa leadership initiative after completing her degree in political science. She also worked as a policy speech writer for believe in Africa incorporation in 2016.
Alice Gyamfi was an oralist on the Penn State law first prize winning team during the 26th annual Willem. C. vis international commercial arbitration moot court competition. she was also a research assistant for the ALI’s restatement of the law, the US law of international commercial and investor state arbitration under the guidance and supervision of doctor Catherine roggers. she was honoured as a recipient of the 2018-2019 Frost Brown Todd scholarship.
Alice now works as an associate at DLA Piper in New York City of America. Alice possesses numerous skills ranging from legal research, legal writing, public policy, African affairs, speech writing in political campaigns, international relations and many.
Alice Gyamfi took to her linkedIn handle to announce her call to the bar and it reads
I passed the New York Bar!
When I told my grandmother I was going to law school she started calling me her grand doctor I told her she could not call me Doctor just yet. She sent me off to penn law school with just $100 and an anointing. This warfare degree belongs to her. I can track my family’s lineage back over 18 generations. Each generation of women fought tirednessly as everything from mothers to warriors and yet not one of them were taught to read or write. This achievement was my warfare. The battle I fought with my knees and tongue bowed and hopes raised towards heaven. God, I have never seen the righteous for saken nor his seed seen beging for bread. I thank God that the generations after me will never know illiteracy anymore.
Congratulations Alice for achieving this great feat.