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AMX travels to Ghana with students from Science Leadership Academy @ Beeber -June 2018

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AMX Founder Recognized for 2019

Women's History Month

Our Founder, Bonnee Breese Bentum was awarded the Woman of Achievement award by the Delaware County Women's Commission in honor of Women's History Month, guided by the theme, "Visionary Women: Champions of Peace and Nonviolence." Bonnee was nominated by 163rd District State Representative Mike Zabel for the award for her work with girls in Delaware County and in Ghana. Women's Commission Chairwoman Caitlin Ganley noted at the March 6th County Council meeting how Bonnee strives in providing service to students in underserved communities with the necessary tools for growth.
Later in the month, on March 27th, the Women's Commission held its annual Women's History Month Breakfast where Bonnee and the other Women of Achievement Honorees - Hanna Maier, a high school student recognized for her creation of grassroots movement, "A Community for Change" in her community; and Delaware County District Attorney Katayoun M. Copeland for her ongoing dedication and commitment to public service.
The Delaware County Women's Commission was founded in 1985 and serves as an advisory commission to Delaware County Council on issues impacting women and girls within the county. Bonnee said, "Isn't it fitting that this honor is being given to me on Ghana's Independence Day, March 6th. I know the work is not done in vain of the girls of Ghana." 
The photographs shown below were captured at both the Council meeting on March 6th, and the Women's Commission breakfast held March 27th. Thank you to everyone who showed their support for our own, Bonnee Breese Bentum. We at AMX are proud to be in service alongside Bonnee while we blaze the path of her vision to assist Ghanaian girls in secondary school focus on STEM field subjects.

​A Matter of Xpression (AMX),  supports girls in providing a way to close the gender gap in education and technology by arranging with specific Ghanaian schools contributions of books, computers, and supplemental STEM materials while nurturing  Ghanaian girls academically for global learning and personal development as we prepare them for the next generation of global citizenship.
We, at AMX, know that "when we educate a girl, we educate a nation," therefore we focus on supporting Ghanaian girls. Our short term goal is to support them through high school completion and our long term goal is to be able to provide education options and opportunities for high achieving Ghanaian girls to pursue college in the US, then to return to Ghana as leaders in their villages, regions, and nation.

We've been granted all the rights and privileges of doing the business of AMX as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in Ghana!

In Ghana, we are known as A Matter of Xpression, II.


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We are pleased to share the good news, A Matter of Xpression is donating computers and other teaching materials to Methodist Senior High school in Sekondi. Mr. Joseph Mensah Bentum and Mr. Christian Dedjoe-Djokotoe members of the NGO Team present the items to Mr. George Tweneboah Konduah, Headmaster accompanied by a few of the staff members and students. We continue to serve girls in secondary school, according to our mission!