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Amevi Ahnert

Amevi Ahnert

Amevi Ahnert, a native of Lome Togo, West Africa has always been a clever individual. She started her schooling at a private catholic school in Togo for her elementary and high school education. She continued her education at College Protestant in Lome, Togo. Ms. Ahnert then ventured out and moved to the United States with her family. She relocated to Los Angeles California and progressed with her education at El Camino College in Los Angeles. Upon graduating from El Camino College, Ms. Ahnert went to CMI in Orange California where she graduated with her Bachelors in Business and a minor in Professional Sales. In 2000 she became a successful business tycoon. Ms. Ahnert then decided in 2005 to shift her focus from business to that of a humanitarian concentration. She sought out to aid the less fortunate in her home town, mainly abandoned women, children as well as talented youth. She also was of assistance to the young population of Africans coming to the US by guiding and mentoring them. Due to all her Humanitarian labors, in 2008 she was decorated by the Universal Peace Federation as an Ambassador for Peace. Ms. Ahnert is currently living in Los Angeles California but continues her humanitarian efforts all over the US and West Africa, bridging the Gap between the African Diaspora population and home, helping those she crosses along the way. Using her faith to spread the gospel of Christ Ms. Ahnert also was ordained as a revered mother in Celestial Church of Christ where she is currently the pastor at CCC Holy Trinity Parish. Reverend Mother Amevi uses her new platform to reach more and more people. She also holds position as the current president of Togolese Helping Hands, a Californian nonprofit organization whose sole purpose is to aid people of her homeland, especially now during the countries time of civil unrest. She continues to share her faith and hope for a better tomorrow with her church members as well as anyone in need.