Mawunyo is a strong, articulate leader deeply committed to disability and gender issues. As a person with albinism who works as a strategic advocate on disability issues in Ghana, her goal is to champion disability and gender issues, as well as contribute to the empowerment of people with disabilities through advocacy. She served as the National President of the Ghana Association of Persons with Albinism and as Treasurer of the Commonwealth Disabled People Forum. Mawunyo is the first female president of the Ghana Federation of Disability Organizations since the organization’s inception in 1987, and the first Vice President of the West Africa Federation of the Disabled. She is also a Governing Board Member of the National Council on Persons with Disabilities, a Consultative Board Member of the Africa Albinism Network, and an Advisory Board Member of the Africa Centre for Retirement Research. She has an MBA in Accounting from the University of Cape Coast and works as an Assistant Director of Audit for the Ghana Audit Service. She is married and a proud mother of three.