Sefakor’s personal experience as a woman of color with a physical disability has shaped her journey as an international advocate for underrepresented people, especially those with disabilities from around the globe. Her experiences include serving as an international disability rights advocate, educator, researcher, and policy analyst for the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disability (UNCRPD), and as the Resource Center Coordinator of the Ghana Education Service. She has been a staunch supporter of inclusive education for people with disabilities and lobbied successfully with other advocates in Ghana for the establishment of the Disability Law (Act 715) of Ghana, as well as the ratification of the UNCRPD. She has won so many international awards, including the International Service Award from the Association of University Centers on Disabilities, Ford Foundation International Fellowship award, and the International Alliance of Women (TIAW) award. Sefakor is the Founder of Enlightening and Empowering People with Disabilities in Africa (EEPD AFRICA). She presented on so many platforms including the American Educational Research Association AERA (SIG RWE), New England Educational Organization (NEERO), African Studies Association (ASA), and European Conference on African Studies -Switzerland (ECAS). Her work represented an attempt to transform her experiences into a coherent intellectual critique, and, in the process, to make sense of the shortcomings and idiosyncrasies that underlie contemporary responses to human rights abuses in schools. In 2016, Sefakor was named the sixth most influential disabled person in the world. Sefakor also serves on many boards, including the World Learning Global Advisory Council, The High-Level Political Forum of UN (HLPF), The Presidents Commission on Inclusive Excellence (PCIE) of the University of Vermont (UVM), The Free Wheelchair Mission, and the ADA Taskforce of UVM. Sefakor co-authored the books “Disability in the Global South: The Critical Handbook,” “Next Generation Digital Tools and Application for Teaching and Learning Enhancement 1ST Edition,” and the "Handbook of Research on Contemporary Issues in Multicultural and Global Education.” Sefakor teaches the Global Disability Studies at the University of Vermont. She is the Independent Living Coordinator at the Vermont Center for Independent Living (VCIL)-USA. In another world, she serves as the Campaign Special: Adviser for Molly Gray for Vermont.