Eunice Naffie Mustapha is a student of the LL.M. in National and Global Health Law and a member of the class of 2023. She is originally from Sierra Leone.
Mustapha is interested in sexual reproductive health and rights, global health, the right to health, national health, and quality health care.
Prior to enrolling at Georgetown Law, she served as the country consultant of Women First Digital in Sierra Leone, which focuses sexual reproductive health and rights. She is also the executive director of Strong Girls’ Evolution, which works on the personal development of young female Sierra Leoneans. In addition, she served as a camp marshall at the National Girls’ Camp hosted by Sia Nyama Koroma, the former First Lady of the Republic of Sierra Leone. She previously was a legal intern at Marrah and Associates, a law firm in Sierra Leone. She is also a writer and chief executive officer of Nafisa Media Limited.
Mustapha was an orange belt holder and the head girl of the Annie Walsh Memorial School, the oldest girls school in Sub-Saharan Africa. She holds an LL.B Hons. at Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone (First Class Honors). At Fourah Bay College, she was awarded for participation in Interdepartmental Debate Competition, for excellent performance in Law of Torts, and for Academic Excellence.
She has been awarded three times for 50 Most Influential Sierra Leonean Women Awards and twice by Kids Advocacy Network for humanitarian work.