Pascaline Kuunzungla Songsore is the Chief Executive Officer of Naabie Concepts. She loves to create with words and with her hands. She holds full time employment with the University of Ghana as an Assistant Registrar currently at the Thesis Office of the School of Graduate Studies. She previously worked at the Public Affairs Directorate of the same University for seven years.
Before joining the University of Ghana, she held the position of Associate Consultant at Yankah and Associates, an Accra-based Communications and Public Relations firm. While there, she was a part-time lecturer in Public Relations at the African University College of Communications (AUCC).
A proud product of Holy Child School, Pascaline has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Theatre Arts and a Master of Arts Degree in Communication Studies, specializing in Broadcast Journalism and Public Relations, both from the University of Ghana.
Her National Service year was at the Women’s Initiative for Self-Empowerment (WISE), where she worked on women’s empowerment initiatives. Some of these included providing administrative support to the Domestic Violence Bill Coalition secretariat, coordinating activities of the Gender Violence Survivors Support Network as well as partaking in gender training activities of the Ark Foundation, a sister organization.
She has hosted and co-hosted a number radio and television programmes namely; the Big Issue on erstwhile Choice 102.3 fm (2003/2004), Catholic Hour also on erstwhile Choice 102.3fm (2003-2006), Catholic Digest on Ghana Television, GTV(2003-2005) and Hymns of Praise also on GTV (2016/2017). During her undergraduate days she was a Student Volunteer at Radio Univers 105.7 fm, where she was a newscaster, news editor and programme host of Yaa Asantewaa, a women’s empowerment programme.
In May 2014, she launched ‘Everyday Values for Sunday School Children’, a collection of 10 short stories on the values of Honesty, Endurance, Service, Humility, Selflessness, Forgiveness, Love, Generosity, Respect and Gratitude. In 2003, she was contracted to write and direct three plays for the British Council sponsored Islamic Girls Community Project. The plays were on teenage pregnancy, drug abuse and environmental cleanliness. The girls were drawn from the Nima and Maamobi areas. The plays were acted to an audience at the British Council Hall and later filmed for showing on TV3.
Pascaline’s latest creative activity is making African home décor pieces. She makes wall hangings using African fabrics and Adinkra symbols as well as photo frames made with cardboard and covered with beautiful African print fabrics.
As evident in the name of her company Naabie Concepts, she holds the conviction that God Almighty gives each and every one talents and those talents, once identified, must be used to glorify God and make a positive impact in society.