October 22, 12:05 p.m. – 1:05 p.m.
Divinity Hall N-101 and Online
Contact: Gabby Watts
Email: gwatts1@samford.edu


Dr. Ahinee Amamoo will speak on her experiences as a medical missionary in Ghana.

Dr. Ahinee Amamoo is an associate professor in Samford’s School of Public Health. She has over 15 years of public health experience as a biostatistician and epidemiologist. She has helped to develop health ambassador programs, health screening initiatives, and mission trips to address the health needs of various communities.

Complimentary lunch is included for the first 40 Beeson faculty, staff, and students who register here. Those who register will be directed either to N-101 or the overflow room, S-013.

Samford’s campus is currently closed to the public. For the health and safety of our community, Samford public safety officers can only permit employees, students, and select guests on campus at this time. We want you to know that we value you and want to be in community with you. Please join us virtually for this event:

Beesondivinity.com/live and YouTube.com/BeesonDivinity