Tennis News of Wednesday, 12 February 2020
The Secretary General of the Ghana Tennis Federation (GTF) Miss Philippina Frimpong has been appointed to serve on the Confederation of African Tennis (CAT) Women in Sports Commission.
The CAT Executive Committee at a meeting on Saturday 25 January 2020 at the headquarters in Tunis appointed Miss Frimpong as a member of the newly formed CAT Women in Sport Commission to oversee the development of women and girls’ participation at all levels of the game in Africa.
Miss Frimpong who doubles as the Women Commission Chairperson for the Ghana Athletics Association will be working with some of Africa’s finest administrators on the committee for the development of women in tennis.
The Committee which will operate until 2021 will be chaired by Mrs. Salma Mouelhi-Guizani from Tunisia.
The rest are Mrs. Rashika Aboushousha from Egypt, Mrs. Sallah Adjoa from Togo, Mrs. Aida Baira of Algeria, Ms. Fatime Kante of Seychelles and Mrs. Wanjiru Mbugua Karani from Kenya.
Miss Frimpong, Executive Director of the Women in Sports Network Ghana, has been championing the inclusion and participation of young girls and women in all aspects of the sport for the past four years through their flagship programme ‘Be Her Inspiration Project”.