Samuela Amma Boakye-Appiah is the last child of four children who resides in Accra, Ghana but hails from Kwahu-Twenedurase a town in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Samuela is currently a third-year student at the University of Ghana majoring in Law. Samuela had her secondary school education at Archbishop Porter Girls Secondary School in Takoradi where she played many roles like being an executive in the Ghana United Nations Students Association. Samuela believes in change-makers like Nelson Mandela and with that mindset she participated in the Resolution Fellowship Social Venture Challenge at the Harvard National Model United Nations 2020. She is the founder of the PADucation Project which is mainly a project that seeks to educate persons on menstruation to fight the stigma attached to menstruation and donate sanitary pads to girls who cannot afford it. Her hobbies include reading romantic novels and sightseeing.