Andy Agyepong-Ntra joined the Ephraim’s Place staff in the summer of 2016 as a Day Camp Worker/Basketball Skills Trainer. He has worked with youth previously as a Math Instructor at Kumon and he has volunteered at the Humberwood Community Centre during their summer camp. Andy has recently received his degree in Finance, however, because of his growing involvement with mentoring youth he has decided to continue his education in the fall. While he was moves in the classroom he was also making moves on the court. Andy is very proud of playing basketball for three years for Ryerson University because of what he has accomplished: OUA Champion in 2015-2016, CIS National Bronze medalist in 2015-2016 and CIS National Bronze medalist 2014-2015.
Witnessing Amiga and Jeremiah’s drive to better the community and provide opportunities for youth through programs and other initiatives at Ephraim’s Place inspired Andy to work at Ephraim’s Place.
At work, Andy enjoys implementing basketball drills as it gives him a chance to share his knowledge and award winning experiences in hopes that it can improve the lives of the youth he is mentoring and improve their basketball skills.
In his spare time, Andy enjoys playing basketball, creating comedic skits and reading.