Felix Abrefa


Program Supervisor

Pronouns: He/Him

Felix has over five years of professional experience and over 12 years of voluntary experience in the Nonprofit and Human Services sector. Felix enjoys working with and around the vulnerable in society including, children, Youth, People with disabilities and the elderly. Felix was selected as one of the world’s young nonprofit leaders through Atlas Corps in 2017, to take part in a 12 months prestigious fellowship program in the United States. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Mathematics and Statistics from the University of Cape Coast in Ghana. While working as a Monitoring and Evaluation officer with SABRE Trust in Ghana under the DFID and Comic Relief-funded FTTT program, he helped improve the educational outcomes for early primary school children in selected districts of the Western and Central regions of Ghana. Felix moved to Canada from the United States in 2018 and studied the Community Support Work program at Norquest. Felix has dedicated his life working in the Human Services Sector in Canada since October 2018. "I have been able to achieve some level of success in my life because some people willingly provided me with the needed support at various stages in my life including my lowest points where I felt hopeless and helpless. CarePros is standing in the gap for Children and Youths who need care and support to achieve personal success and I wanted to be there for them just as others were there for me during times I needed them the most. My favourite core value is 'We Are One'. I believe everything in nature is connected and dependent on each other for survival. I love the diversity at CarePros and how majority of the team members strive to be there for each other. My favourite responsibility at CarePros is I get to see the results of my hard work on daily basis when I visit the programs and interact with staff and the clients. Being part of the growth and development of the clients we serve gives me inner satisfaction and a sense of fulfillment."