Hours before she was killed, Sayreville Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour was watching over others as she encouraged the community to attend a free American Heart Month medical checkup later this month at the public library, according to a post. on his Facebook page.
Dwumfour was also looking for new career opportunities.
Just a month ago, she posted on her LinkedIn page that she was looking for a new career and was looking for all the connections, advice and opportunities anyone could offer.
Her post said she was looking for scrum master, business analyst, project manager, and engagement manager positions. His post includes a definition of terms, including scrum as the framework in which people can solve complex adaptive problems, while delivering products efficiently and with the highest possible value, and scrum master as the person responsible for maintaining the Scrum process and the overall health of the team.
Her work profiles on LinkedIn show that she was a full-time professional scrum master and business analyst for the nonprofit organization Fire Congress Fellowship Inc., whose address is also her home address on Pointe of Woods Drive, since December 2016, and Director of Churches for Champions Royal Assembly in Newark, since May 2015, after working as a business analyst in Virginia and Maryland.
According to the Fire Congress Fellowship’s tax return, Dwumfour was its treasurer. The organization’s mission is “to train God’s children to work with God in ministry.”
Dwumfour, 30, a Republican who had just completed her first year in office, was found Wednesday night by Sayreville police with multiple gunshot wounds in her car outside her home.
Former Sayreville Mayor Kennedy O’Brien, also a Republican who has known Dwumfour for about three years, said his death was a “terrible loss”.
“She has a pre-teen daughter,” O’Brien said. “She just got married in the fall. She has a successful software consulting company. She was an entrepreneur.
Dwumfour’s Facebook page included a wedding announcement for an August 6, 2022 marriage to Eze Kings.
O’Brien said she was also a licensed professional EMT in Essex County and one of the ministers of the Royal Assembly of Champions in Newark, where her husband was also a church leader.
She was a product of the Newark school system and has a college degree, he said.
“His parents came from Ghana,” O’Brien said. “His roots were in Ghana, but his life was in America. She embodied the American dream. As a person, she was driven, disciplined and self-reliant. She was everything people come to America to be. She was a deeply religious woman and as such had an abundance of love to share. His goal was to improve the lives of others. He was an inspiring person. It will be a long time before I meet someone of his caliber.
Dwumfour’s LinkenIn page says she graduated in 2017 from William Paterson University where she majored in women’s studies. She has lived in Sayreville for several years.
According to TapInto Raritan Bay, she was a member of the borough’s human relations committee before deciding to run for borough council in 2021 to take a more active role in ensuring Sayreville is a good place for people to live. children and the community grow.
She said she graduated from the Newark school system before getting her bachelor’s degree from William Paterson. While in college, she also worked part-time as an EMT in Passaic County, then moved to Sayreville after graduation due to community public safety work.
She cited road safety, infrastructure and support for local businesses as key issues.
In a GOP campaign video, Dwumfour identified herself as a “proud mom of Sayreville” who said residents’ concerns were what mattered most.
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