Doris Appeadu-Mensah is a Ghanaian who has an unflinching desire and passion for sharing the Gospel with everyone, both young and old since she herself came to the saving knowledge of Christ on the 7th of August, 1983 to date.
She graduated from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi, Ghana in 1986 with a B. A. in Social Sciences (English and Law) and taught in several Public Schools for 15 years out of which 4 years were spent in school administration. She did a top up professional course (Post-Graduate Dip. Education) in 1997 since teaching comes to her naturally.
Doris and her husband William (a Paediatric Surgeon and Associate staff of Great Commission Movement of Ghana) took up the challenge to facilitate the Youth at The CrossRoads Curriculum at all levels of schools, some communities and Churches from 2004 to 2010. Her commitment against the HIV/AIDS epidemic and her intrinsic motivation to help the youth in her generation informed her resolution to give up her job and take up the youth facilitation with the Curriculum. Hence her joining Great Commission Movement of Ghana as a full-time missionary staff.
In 2012, she was appointed the Human Resource Coordinator of the Great Commission Movement of Ghana, a role she has played to date.
They are blessed with two adult children, a daughter-in-law and a grand-daughter.