Joyce Antoinette Kulevo is a Social Worker with the Department of Social Welfare.

She holds a Master’s Degree in Population Studies from Regional Institute of Population Studies (RIPS) and Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work/Political Science all at University of Ghana, Legon.

She has her first training at School of Social Work, Osu, Accra. For the past 24 years, Joyce has practiced at various levels with local and International Non-Governmental Organizations.

At street Girls’ Aid (SAID), Joyce worked as field worker/Street work Coordinator/Fundraising Officer. She played a key role in SAID’s baby care project with sponsorship from DANIDA and UNICEF.

She is identified with Projects of street connected children and abused children. At the Shelter for Abused Children run by Department of Social Welfare, Joyce worked as Assistant Centre Manageress with the responsibility as the immediate supervisor of Shelter activities.

She also works as a volunteer to Terre des hommes office in the Republic of Togo in various capacities and had been a consultant to the “Protection of Migrant Children along the West Africa Corridor (Abidjan – Lagos) Project”.
She also serves as a coordinating member of the West Africa Network (WAN) for child protection – “protecting children on the move” an affiliate of International Social Services (ISS).

She is a facilitator to the African Movement of Working Children and Youth (AMWCY) in Ghana. A trainer in Child Trafficking, Protection of Migrant children, Personalized Social Services and many other child protection issues.

Joyce is the founder of Street Social Workers Network (SSWN), Ghana. In the academia, Joyce served as a part time lecturer at the School of Social Work at Osu and has interest in mentoring Social Work students.

She is passionate about grooming young social workers and promoting professional social work in Ghana.