Akosua Adubea Agyepong graduated from the University of Ghana with first-class honors in Family and Consumer Science in 2018. After her first degree, she leveraged her four years of experience in the areas of population, development and sexual and reproductive health and rights to spearhead direct community outreach design and implementation at the United Nations Population Fund in Ghana. In her 12 months of working with the agency, she helped secure $100,000 for improving reproductive health and information access for young people. She is currently a student at Peking University under the prestigious Yenching Academy program, where she is pursuing a Master of Laws in China Studies (Politics and International Relations). Akosua has advocated for gender and reproductive health-related issues on various national and international platforms including the G7 Summit and the UN General Assembly.