HRM Queen’s Bio:
Her Royal Majesty Naa Tsotsoo Soyoo I, is an award-winning Queen from the Ga tribe of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. The first ever African Queen to be featured in the USA’s Pan Afrikan Times, she is a key figure in the African Diaspora community as well as an active leader and advocate who devotes her time to promoting her culture and influencing policy through her work with international organisations and local groups.
An insightful public speaker and educator, HRM Naa Tsotsoo Soyoo I is recognised for her ability to speak out and highlight topics such as child sex abuse, religion and culture incited violence, domestic violence etc, that force debate and facilitate change. In 2013, she was part of a network of advocates that succeeded in compelling the UK Government to set aside a proposed travel bond for visitors from selected African and Asian countries.
Her Royal Majesty is currently the Secretary General of the Federation of Ghanaian Diaspora in Europe (FEGHADE) and a Director of the National Council of Ghanaian Unions UK (N.C.G.U). She holds a degree in Law, Politics & International Studies and a Postgraduate in Project Management.