Today on ULAA Spotlight we are featuring Miss. Parnneh Mallobe.
Miss. Parnneh is a Liberian journalist, advocate, founder and CEO of Pama Co. a social enterprise that supports body positivity and promotes self-love.
As an advocate and promoter of self love, she founded a clothing line that highlights and celebrates plus size women, introducing the theme, “beautiful isn’t a size.”
While plus size women are being discriminated against in the fashion industry, and being made fun of in society, Parnneh has taken the bold step to highlight that being beautiful is more than just the size and look of a person.
As a journalist, Parnneh has dedicated her career to reporting on human interest stories with focus on education, development and rights for women and young girls.
She has five (5) years of experience working as an emerging professional journalist reporting on issues affecting women and girls, judicial accountability and reforms within the legal framework of the extractive industry as well as the large-scale environmental pollution engulfing cities in Liberia.
Moreover, Parnneh has volunteered for community based-organizations including the Kids Education Engagement Project (KEEP), Girls for Literacy Liberia and European Union Mission in Liberia.
She is passionate about giving back to society, and exhibits this passion by mentoring young people in her country, and facilitating training for young people on different social and educational themes.
Currently, Parnneh serves as the Communication Assistant at Accountability Lab Liberia, an organization that works with citizens, government, to make sure that the resources of the country are evenly shared and all citizens benefit, through advocacy on issues of corruption, integrity, transparency, and accountability.
Parnneh is a senior student at the University of Liberia studying Sociology and Public Administration.
In 2017, She obtained a Diploma in Journalism from the Peter Quaqua School of Journalism where she studied over 20 journalism courses.
She is an alumna of the Young Political Leadership School Africa – YPLS, earning a certificate in policy advocacy, governance and leadership.
Additionally, she is an alumna of the Young African Leaders Initiative, YALI RLC, and currently serves on the Integrity YouthLED Integrity Advisory Board of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, UNODC, under its Global Resource for Anti-Corruption, Education and Youth Empowerment, GRACE.
Ladies and gentlemen, please join us as we celebrate Miss Parnneh Mallobe for the extraordinary works she has done in the Liberia media space, the fashion industry, and her contribution and volunteerism to the society at large.
Check out Pama Co. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100075622250381
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