Senior AirForce Airman Selina N. Okyere is a Ghanaian by birth who resides in United State of America and works with the US AirForce as a Senior Airman.

Before Joining the 514th Air Mobility Wing at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey in 2016, she worked with the New York Army National Guard's 69th infantry Batallion. It was in this division that she undertook a combat lifesaver course.

The lifesaver course is about the basic first aid skills that is given to a person before taking him or her to the hospital. Just as a patriotic citizen will do, Selina wants to impact the knowledge he had gathered to Ghanaians. In an interview Selina said

    " I want to teach everyone in Ghana basic life-saving skills".


It is with this that in January she came to Ghana to teach basic life-saving skills in three high schools in kumasi. There  she interacted with 5000 students and taught them the basic life-saving skills. Senior Airman Selina, was greatly inspired to do more when in February, a friend of her, Ebony(May her Gentle soul rest in Perfect peace) passed on.

    "Everybody stood around and took photos, no one stepped forward forward to help because they didn't know what to do"

she said. It is with this that she plans on coming this summer to certify the teachers so they can build it into their curriculum.

Selina has created the Global Life Savers,  a non profitable organisation and with her own money has bought six blocks of land in kumasi. The foundation has been laid and she hopes to open the school in three to five years time. Selina is also planning on setting up classes at the 10 regional police training schools in the country and has reached out to the inspector General to make it materialize.

She is also working with Dr. Anthony Akoto Osei, the minister for monitoring and evaluation to set up opportunities at senior high schools in Kumasi.
The main goal of Senior Airman Selina N. Okyere is to build a generation of  livesavers and she wants all Ghanaians to embrace it and be part of it.