Dora B. Mawutor is the Programme Manager for the Freedom of Expression Programme at the MFWA. She has led some of the organisation’s influential research activities including Language Monitoring on Radio during the 2012 General Elections and also during the Adjudication of the 2012 Elections Petition; Monitoring of Women’s Participation in Public Discourse on Radio; and Media Ethics Monitoring.
Before joining MFWA, Dora worked at Stratcomm Africa in Accra as a Senior Communications Officer; Seatec Telecoms Services Limited as a Project Coordinator and a Personal Assistant to the Managing Director; and the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) as a National Service Person.
Dora has a Master of Philosophy Degree in Communication Studies from the University of Ghana and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Information Studies and French, also from the University of Ghana.
Muheeb Saeed is a Programme Officer under MFWA’s Freedom of Expression Advocacy programme in charge of coordinating the organisation freedom of expression monitoring and campaigns.
Muheeb is also responsible for ensuring excellent stakeholder relations between the MFWA and its correspondents, and national partners across West Africa.
He graduated from the Ghana Institute of Journalism in the year 2000. Between 2001 and 2004, he worked at Ashh FM in Kumasi where he presented general and sports news.
Upon graduation from the KNUST in 2006 with a degree in Social Science (French – Law), he had an editorial stint at Skyy Power FM in Takoradi. After a brief adventure into the teaching profession, Muheeb returned to the communication field in 2012 when he was appointed Public Relations Officer of Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club. He held this post till August 2015 when he joined the MFWA.
Kokou Ahiadou is Programme Assistant at MFWA. Before joining the organisation in 2015, he worked with a Togo-based NGO, ASMENE and Terre des hommes (Switzerland), where he supported advocacy programmes and projects activities on human and child rights from 2005 to 2014.
He has also previously worked with a Consultancy Firm in Development, Ezo Strategies International in Togo as Assistant Consultant from 2008 to 2011 in charge of tools and methodology of project management.
A graduate in Social Science from the University of Lomé (Togo), he has provided voluntary service in public administration in Togo under PROVONAT.
Edzodzi joined the MFWA initially as a bilingual intern (French and English) under the Freedom of Expression Advocacy Programme. Currently supporting the coordinating of the Democratic Governance in West Africa (DEGOWA) Pilot Project, which falls under the MFWA’s Media, Good Governance and Development Programme.