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Who is

Chelsea Tayui

Chelsea Tayui – Humanitarian, Agent of Change & Miss Universe Ghana 2020. She is a determined 25-year-old beauty queen hailing from Keta in the Volta Region. Chelsea Tayui is committed to working tirelessly to bring a spirit of compassion and service to the people of Ghana and to represent her beautiful country at the international level with all the glory that it deserves.

Advocating for Causes

Chelsea Tayui is the voice of the voiceless. She is very passionate about raising awareness about Autism with the Ghanaian community in order to decrease the negative stigma behind mental illness. In about a year Chelsea has been working a lot behind the scenes with different speech pathologists and advocating for early childhood intervention. 

Serving the community

Chelsea is no stranger to serving the community, being that, she is a product of the Jack and Jill of America Organizations whose focus is Community service. At a tender age of 15, she raised funds from corporations in Accra and bought food and back to school items for the women and children of Keta in the Volta Region. 

Lifting The Girl-Child

Chelsea is a communications executive who believes in the ability of the woman to rise above and beyond. The diva plans to use the platform to encourage young girls to believe in themselves and to work hard to fulfil their dreams despite all hurdles. Inciting the spirit of self trust and the exceptional ability to believe in themselves to take on the universe as future leaders.

The Journey

Chelsea Esaw Tayui is the granddaughter of the late Justice Emmanuel Kofi Jones-Mensah from Dzelu Kope. Born in Chicago to Dr. Eb & Mrs. Beatrice Mensah Tayui, she heeded the call from the President of the Republic of Ghana for the diaspora to engage in the Year of Return and beyond to come back to their home country Ghana. She took a gap year to do just that, so that she could learn more of her culture and be of service to her people.

During her gap year, she worked as Executive Director of Communications at the KJM Foundation, supporting the efforts to bring clean drinking water to under privileged communities in Ghana through the drilling of boreholes. Chelsea has a degree in Communications from DePaul University in Chicago. Chelsea has volunteered with several orphanages and charity organisations in Accra thereby, fulfilling this passion