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Mrs. Bridget Jewell Baaba Enchill
Mrs. Bridget Jewell Baaba Enchill is a result oriented woman who started the Hopesetters Autism Center in September 2013. She acquired her high level education in Administrative Management, Early Childhood Education and Special-Needs Education. Over the past decade, Mrs. Baaba Enchill has worked enormously in Ghana’s Autism sector and has contributed to the development of children living with Autism, Autism Awareness, inclusion advocacy, training of parents, training of caregivers and training of volunteers. Her social impact work has won various recognitions from: Disabled, The Apostolic Church of Ghana (Tema Community 5 Assembly), and Autism Ambassadors of Ghana, 40-40 Initiative Ghana, GPMS and many others. Mrs. Baaba Enchill believes in creating an enabling environment for children with Autism and their families to live a fulfilling life in the society without any discrimination. With this vision, she collaborates with other advocates, organizations and volunteers to enhance work for children living with Autism in Ghana. Mrs. Baaba Enchill lives in Tema with her family; married to Mr. Joseph Enchill, has 2 daughters and attends The Apostolic Church of Ghana (Tema Community 5 Assembly).
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Dr. Marilyn Marbell-Wilson
Dr Marilyn Marbell- Wilson is a Neurodevelopmental Pediatrician. She did her medical training and pediatric specialty training in the University of Ghana medical school and West African college of Physicians and Ghana College of physicians respectively. She then went to do subspecialty Clinical fellowship in Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics in the University of Alberta, Canada from July 2010 to July 2012. Prior to that she run weekly Neuro Clinics at the Korle Bu Teaching hospital. Post subspecialty training she was at the Princess Marie Louise Children’s Hospital where she run weekly Neuro Clinics. She is currently the Medical Director of Mission Pediatrics, a private pediatric clinic with special interest in neurodevelopment. She has been working in the Pediatric Neurodevelopmental Field for about ten years.