Mansa Williams

Administrator & Legal Officer

Mansa graduated from the University of Warwick in 2006 with an LLB degree, with honours. She then undertook the Legal Practice Course at The College of Law in London (currently University of law) in 2007 and graduated with a Post-graduate Diploma in Law. Mansa holds an LLM degree from the University College London, where she studied Banking and Insurance Law, World Trade and International Human Rights.

Mansa has worked as a solicitor in several practice areas over the past six years in the United Kingdom, including family law, residential & commercial property transactions, litigation, immigration, mental health law and probate matters. She was called to the Ghana Bar in 2016 and is also a Solicitor in England and Wales.

Mansa has a keen interest in charitable causes and supports various charities in Ghana such as the Willing Hands Foundation, a Christian non-governmental organisation whose objective is to promote good health to people and communities and GapBuster Ghana, a charity committed to promoting higher levels of achievement for socio-economic disadvantaged students through supplemental education, enrichment programs and leadership development training. She serves as a board member of both charities.

Having worked as a mental health lawyer for five years, Mansa likes to devote her time to causes which seek to promote health and wellbeing.