Dr. Fatima Alabo
Fatima is the Co-Founder and Director of Royal Standard Learning Centre in Accra and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Intercessors for Africa (IFA).
Over the years, Fatima has pursued research work in history, international relations and modern languages. She was a Senior Lecturer in History and Russian Language at the Hassan II University in Casablanca and served as the Director of External Relations with the Moroccan Post and Telecommunications. She was the pioneer Head of the French Department of the Central University College, Ghana’s premier private university and Acting Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Studies of the University.
Fatima was actively involved in social work in Italy, Angola, India and Russia while on the diplomatic circuit with her husband, Ambassador Dr. Kodzo Alabo. In Russia, she was the President of the Group of African Ambassadors’ Wives (GAAW). In that role, Fatima spearheaded major projects, including securing grants and making donations to orphanages in Moscow as well as Ebola victims in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
Outside academia and diplomacy, Fatima is an ordained Minister of the Gospel. She was instrumental in planting of churches in Angola, India and Russia. In Russia, she pastored the Christian House Chapel (CHC) in down- town Moscow and created a vibrant worship experience for a growing international congregation.
Fatima possesses a Master of Arts degree in History and PhD in International Relations, both from the Kiev State University, Ukraine. Fatima is married with two adult children and a grandson. She is fluent in English, French, Arabic, Russian and Italian