Benedicta Worla Kumahia




Benedicta Worla Kumahia - Vice President, Ewe Association of Greater Boston

Benedicta (Bene) Worla Kumahiahas felt the warmth of The Ewe Association of Greater Boston (EAGB) since she was invited to meet and consider forming an association for people of Ewe heritage in and around Boston. Since its inception in 2014, she has been an integral part in establishing and growing the EAGB to ensure its success.

Family, culture, and community have always been important to Bene. Trained as a nurse, Benee migrated from Ghana to Boston in 1983 to join her husband, Francis. After gaining her reciprocities, she immediately continued her nursing work at a number of Boston-area hospitals and medical facilities.

Working full time, and raising her raising three then young boys (Senam, Dela and Elike) with her husband, she entered Northeastern University, where she earned both her Bachelor's and Master's degrees. Her intent was to study public health nursing, but she soon switched her focus to Nurse Practitioner courses.

She currently works as a Nurse Practitioner at Community Medical Alliance (CMA) of Neighborhood Health Plan, an affiliate of Partners HealthCare. Everyday, she helps those in the toughest situations in the community.

This same attitude and desire to help others has extended to Bene’s work with The Ewe Association of Greater Boston. In her current role as Vice President of the EAGB she, along with fellow Executives, strives to help promote cultural awareness, expand inclusiveness, and create a community and long lasting legacy for the Ewe Association of Greater Boston.




“Mi na miawoe woanyo” 



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