Dr. Dennis Foundation

The Foundation

The Dr. Dennis Foundation (D.D.F.) focuses on addressing significant barriers to healthy and productive lives. These include health inequity, persistent poverty, and the decline of public education in Ghana. We understand that these complex issues require strategic and impactful investments to drive fundamental and sustained positive change. Recognizing the financial constraints faced by the government, we aim to rally the support of Ghanaian citizens through the Dr. Dennis Foundation (D.D.F.) to bridge resource gaps.

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mission

At the Dr. Dennis Foundation, we believe that every life has equal value and the right to dream, achieve, and give back. Our mission is to empower individuals and communities to overcome poverty through Education, Good Health & Economic empowerment.

Our Mindset

Robust and flexible strategies are key to catalytic philanthropy. Our strategies outline the causal pathway to impact, align investments and programmatic activities, measure results over time, and allow for adjustments based on experience and lessons learned. At the Foundation, we have adopted a strategy lifecycle to develop, allocate resources, implement grant making, track progress, and reflect on lessons learned annually for course corrections.

Vision Statement

Through our unwavering commitment, collaborative efforts, and innovative solutions, we strive to build a future where dreams are realized, achievements are celebrated, and giving back becomes a way of life. Together, we aspire to create lasting change and inspire a ripple effect of transformation, creating a brighter and more inclusive world for generations to come.

DDF Board

Dr. Dennis Addo Is a Physician, Serial Entrepreneur, and Policymaker Passionate about improving the Global Health and Education Landscape, especially In Africa. Dennis is currently a Global Lead for COVID Safe Paths, a project at the MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He is the Founder and CEO of Claron Health International, a Managed and Digital Healthcare Company in Africa with Global Ambitions. Claron Health International is an Innovative Corporate Health and Wellness Company delivering Medical, Occupational, and Preventative Healthcare Services across Africa. Clients include local and foreign companies such as Tullow Oil, Kosmos Energy, Intercon Security, Halliburton, Maersk Drilling   Baker Hughes, Goil, Coca-Cola Equatorial, Standard Chartered Bank, Barclays, Vodafone, Airtel-Tigo, many more.

Dennis worked with the Ghana Armed Forces for over ten years as a Physician Specialist and the Director of the Military Tuberculosis Control Program. As part of his military service, Dennis worked as the Senior Medical Officer with the United Nations Interim Mission to Lebanon (UNIFIL) and the United Nations Mission to Ivory Coast (UNOCI), responsible for the healthcare of thousands of Soldiers and the health needs of the many deprived and war-torn communities.

Dennis is a member of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons and recently graduated with a Master’s degree from Harvard University. In addition, he was an Edward S. Mason and Adrian Cheng Fellow at Harvard University. As a Cheng Fellow, Dennis is piloting Wala Digital Health, an Innovative Digital Marketplace for Blood Donation, Processing, and Delivery, to tackle the fatal consequences of blood shortages in developing countries. 

Dennis obtained his Undergraduate and Medical Degrees from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and Postgraduate Degrees from the Hebrew University and the University of California Berkeley. He is also a graduate of the MIT Entrepreneurship Program.

Dr. Dennis Addo Is a Physician, Serial Entrepreneur, and Policymaker Passionate about improving the Global Health and Education Landscape, especially In Africa. Dennis is currently a Global Lead for COVID Safe Paths, a project at the MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He is the Founder and CEO of Claron Health International, a Managed and Digital Healthcare Company in Africa with Global Ambitions. Claron Health International is an Innovative Corporate Health and Wellness Company delivering Medical, Occupational, and Preventative Healthcare Services across Africa. Clients include local and foreign companies such as Tullow Oil, Kosmos Energy, Intercon Security, Halliburton, Maersk Drilling   Baker Hughes, Goil, Coca-Cola Equatorial, Standard Chartered Bank, Barclays, Vodafone, Airtel-Tigo, many more.

Dennis worked with the Ghana Armed Forces for over ten years as a Physician Specialist and the Director of the Military Tuberculosis Control Program. As part of his military service, Dennis worked as the Senior Medical Officer with the United Nations Interim Mission to Lebanon (UNIFIL) and the United Nations Mission to Ivory Coast (UNOCI), responsible for the healthcare of thousands of Soldiers and the health needs of the many deprived and war-torn communities.

Dennis is a member of the Ghana College of Physicians and Surgeons and recently graduated with a Master’s degree from Harvard University. In addition, he was an Edward S. Mason and Adrian Cheng Fellow at Harvard University. As a Cheng Fellow, Dennis is piloting Wala Digital Health, an Innovative Digital Marketplace for Blood Donation, Processing, and Delivery, to tackle the fatal consequences of blood shortages in developing countries. 

Dennis obtained his Undergraduate and Medical Degrees from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and Postgraduate Degrees from the Hebrew University and the University of California Berkeley. He is also a graduate of the MIT Entrepreneurship Program.

Ing. Richard Appiah Otoo is the Chief Manager, Technology & Innovation at the Ghana Water Company Limited. He is responsible for the company’s technology direction, focusing on commercial and operational efficiency. Prior to this position, he was the chief manager for Geographical Information Services (G.I.S.). He is currently responsible for the G.I.S. and Network Modeling Unit, Information Technology Unit, Metering, Instrumentation, Non-Revenue Water Unit, and Research and Development Unit. Before this, he was the G.I.S. Department’s manager and led the Non-Revenue Water and Prepaid Metering Technical teams under A.V.R.L. He joined G.W.C.L. as an Engineer and has worked in the Water and Technology sector since 2003. He worked in the past as a Team Leader for the Commercialization of Sierra Leone Water Company under the African Development Bank, a Consultant for the United Nations F.A.O., a Project Advisor UN-Habitat on Water for African Cities project, G.I.S. Consultant to the German Technical Co-operation, a Consultant for Nokia Siemens Networks NV in Gabon and Ghana on Fiber Optics projects.

 

He is a professional member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Ghana Institution of Engineers, Project Management Institute, American Water Works Association, and International Water Association. He has received numerous awards, including the 2015 International Planetary Urbanism Prize initiated by ARCH+ together with the German Federal Foreign Office and German Advisory Council on Global Change, the 2009 Commonwealth Scholar given by the British Government, the 2013 M.A.S.H.A.V. Scholar given by the Israeli Foreign Affairs Ministry, 2011 African Geospatial Excellence Award among others.

Ing. Richard Appiah Otoo is the Chief Manager, Technology & Innovation at the Ghana Water Company Limited. He is responsible for the company’s technology direction, focusing on commercial and operational efficiency. Prior to this position, he was the chief manager for Geographical Information Services (G.I.S.). He is currently responsible for the G.I.S. and Network Modeling Unit, Information Technology Unit, Metering, Instrumentation, Non-Revenue Water Unit, and Research and Development Unit. Before this, he was the G.I.S. Department’s manager and led the Non-Revenue Water and Prepaid Metering Technical teams under A.V.R.L. He joined G.W.C.L. as an Engineer and has worked in the Water and Technology sector since 2003. He worked in the past as a Team Leader for the Commercialization of Sierra Leone Water Company under the African Development Bank, a Consultant for the United Nations F.A.O., a Project Advisor UN-Habitat on Water for African Cities project, G.I.S. Consultant to the German Technical Co-operation, a Consultant for Nokia Siemens Networks NV in Gabon and Ghana on Fiber Optics projects.

 

He is a professional member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Ghana Institution of Engineers, Project Management Institute, American Water Works Association, and International Water Association. He has received numerous awards, including the 2015 International Planetary Urbanism Prize initiated by ARCH+ together with the German Federal Foreign Office and German Advisory Council on Global Change, the 2009 Commonwealth Scholar given by the British Government, the 2013 M.A.S.H.A.V. Scholar given by the Israeli Foreign Affairs Ministry, 2011 African Geospatial Excellence Award among others.

Vesta Nunoo has over eighteen years of experience as a Chartered Accountant. She is a Fellow of Chartered Certified Accountants (F.C.C.A.) England has been a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana for over fifteen years. (I.C.A.G.). Vesta is well-versed in financial and corporate-wide total quality management and is passionate about financial controls. She has extensive experience designing and implementing strategic management systems using cross-functional teams, economic systems, internal controls, business step-ups, change management, human resources management, and quality assurance. In addition, Vesta holds an Executive Master’s degree in project management from the premier university of Ghana with in-depth knowledge in the nine core disciplines of Project Management: Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Communication, Risk and Procurement Management, and Grant Management, proposal writing, and monitoring and evaluation skills. Her background includes international exposure in developed and underdeveloped economies and working experience in private, public, and developmental sectors. She has a wealth of knowledge and the ability to translate financial concepts to and effectively communicate and collaborate with non-Finance Partners. She has hands-on experience and training in E.C. fund management requirements, rules, procedures, and systems after continuously working and being familiar with the E.C. development projects for over fifteen years. She has managed over $ 70 million in E.C. funds on African European projects where she serves as Grants and Compliance Expert, grants manager, and accountant for the worldwide program and projects. Vesta has traveled wide and far to over 20 African countries, 10 European countries, and North and Southern America for field grants monitoring and meetings for the past 17 years. She is currently the Grant and Compliance expert at Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (F.A.R.A.) An Expert with the European Academy for Taxes Economic & law institute in Germany, where she lectures on Preparing for Audits in E.U. developments Cooperation projects and Humanitarian Aid funding. Board member of G.K.V. Investments Ltd, University of Ghana Enterprise Limited, and Coronation Insurance Ghana Limited.

Vesta Nunoo has over eighteen years of experience as a Chartered Accountant. She is a Fellow of Chartered Certified Accountants (F.C.C.A.) England has been a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana for over fifteen years. (I.C.A.G.). Vesta is well-versed in financial and corporate-wide total quality management and is passionate about financial controls. She has extensive experience designing and implementing strategic management systems using cross-functional teams, economic systems, internal controls, business step-ups, change management, human resources management, and quality assurance. In addition, Vesta holds an Executive Master’s degree in project management from the premier university of Ghana with in-depth knowledge in the nine core disciplines of Project Management: Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Quality, Communication, Risk and Procurement Management, and Grant Management, proposal writing, and monitoring and evaluation skills. Her background includes international exposure in developed and underdeveloped economies and working experience in private, public, and developmental sectors. She has a wealth of knowledge and the ability to translate financial concepts to and effectively communicate and collaborate with non-Finance Partners. She has hands-on experience and training in E.C. fund management requirements, rules, procedures, and systems after continuously working and being familiar with the E.C. development projects for over fifteen years. She has managed over $ 70 million in E.C. funds on African European projects where she serves as Grants and Compliance Expert, grants manager, and accountant for the worldwide program and projects. Vesta has traveled wide and far to over 20 African countries, 10 European countries, and North and Southern America for field grants monitoring and meetings for the past 17 years. She is currently the Grant and Compliance expert at Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (F.A.R.A.) An Expert with the European Academy for Taxes Economic & law institute in Germany, where she lectures on Preparing for Audits in E.U. developments Cooperation projects and Humanitarian Aid funding. Board member of G.K.V. Investments Ltd, University of Ghana Enterprise Limited, and Coronation Insurance Ghana Limited.

Nana Gyamfi currently holds the position of Executive Director of the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling. In this role, he serves as the vital link between the agency and the private sector, facilitating communication and collaboration. Nana actively engages in advocacy efforts, both locally and internationally, to promote the significance of digital education within the curriculum.

Nana Gyamfi is a multifaceted professional with a wealth of experience spanning over 20 years in management, communication, information technology, law, and problem-solving. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Publishing Administration from KNUST, an MBA in Project Management, and a Master’s in Computer Science from the University of Phoenix, USA. He also has a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from UPSA and is pursuing his LLM (Distance) from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

Throughout his career, Nana has demonstrated exceptional critical thinking, objective analysis, and problem-solving skills. He excels in delving deep into issues, harnessing the abilities of teams, and making decisions that yield positive results. Nana is known for his hard work, excellent teamwork, result-oriented approach, proactive nature, attention to detail, flexibility, and strong interpersonal skills. He upholds integrity as a fundamental value in his professional endeavors and possesses excellent communication skills, confidence, and the ability to motivate others effectively.

 

Nana Gyamfi Adwabour’s career objectives revolve around utilizing his strong ICT skills, research expertise, and leadership capabilities to transform organizations into effective and forward-looking entities.

 

His extensive work experience includes serving as the Executive Director of the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling, where he acts as a liaison between the agency and the private sector. Nana engages in advocacy roles both locally and internationally to promote the importance of digital education in the curriculum. Additionally, he has held positions such as Head of the Electronic Surveillance Department at the Bureau of National Communication (National Security) and Sales Manager at Alarm Security Group (ASG) in the USA, among others.

 

Nana has actively contributed to various research projects and has been involved in workshops and conferences worldwide, focusing on education, digital learning, and innovation. He has achieved notable accomplishments throughout his career, including serving as a board member of the University of Cape Coast Distance Education and being part of research teams that provided progressive solutions to behavioral issues in schools and queuing problems in stores using technology.

 

Nana Gyamfi currently holds the position of Executive Director of the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling. In this role, he serves as the vital link between the agency and the private sector, facilitating communication and collaboration. Nana actively engages in advocacy efforts, both locally and internationally, to promote the significance of digital education within the curriculum.

Nana Gyamfi is a multifaceted professional with a wealth of experience spanning over 20 years in management, communication, information technology, law, and problem-solving. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Publishing Administration from KNUST, an MBA in Project Management, and a Master’s in Computer Science from the University of Phoenix, USA. He also has a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from UPSA and is pursuing his LLM (Distance) from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

 

Throughout his career, Nana has demonstrated exceptional critical thinking, objective analysis, and problem-solving skills. He excels in delving deep into issues, harnessing the abilities of teams, and making decisions that yield positive results. Nana is known for his hard work, excellent teamwork, result-oriented approach, proactive nature, attention to detail, flexibility, and strong interpersonal skills. He upholds integrity as a fundamental value in his professional endeavors and possesses excellent communication skills, confidence, and the ability to motivate others effectively.

 

Nana Gyamfi Adwabour’s career objectives revolve around utilizing his strong ICT skills, research expertise, and leadership capabilities to transform organizations into effective and forward-looking entities.

 

His extensive work experience includes serving as the Executive Director of the Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling, where he acts as a liaison between the agency and the private sector. Nana engages in advocacy roles both locally and internationally to promote the importance of digital education in the curriculum. Additionally, he has held positions such as Head of the Electronic Surveillance Department at the Bureau of National Communication (National Security) and Sales Manager at Alarm Security Group (ASG) in the USA, among others.

 

Nana has actively contributed to various research projects and has been involved in workshops and conferences worldwide, focusing on education, digital learning, and innovation. He has achieved notable accomplishments throughout his career, including serving as a board member of the University of Cape Coast Distance Education and being part of research teams that provided progressive solutions to behavioral issues in schools and queuing problems in stores using technology.

 

S.S.N.I.T. nominated Mr. Kwadwo Ohemeng Asumaning to join the board of Africa World Airlines on 18th January 2018. He is an Information Communication Technology professional and an entrepreneur with work experience spanning over 35 years. He worked in various senior capacities in Telkom, South Africa, Pretoria. He is the founder of Koabor Investment, a real estate company, and Koabor Energy, a solar energy company.

He currently serves as Chairman of the Business Council for Africa and Africa Business Media. He is also a non-executive director of Africa online. He holds a BSc (Honors) Degree in Computer Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, and an Executive Development Programme in Business Management and Strategies from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

S.S.N.I.T. nominated Mr. Kwadwo Ohemeng Asumaning to join the board of Africa World Airlines on 18th January 2018. He is an Information Communication Technology professional and an entrepreneur with work experience spanning over 35 years. He worked in various senior capacities in Telkom, South Africa, Pretoria. He is the founder of Koabor Investment, a real estate company, and Koabor Energy, a solar energy company.

He currently serves as Chairman of the Business Council for Africa and Africa Business Media. He is also a non-executive director of Africa online. He holds a BSc (Honors) Degree in Computer Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, and an Executive Development Programme in Business Management and Strategies from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Ofosuhene is a tech-enthused, experienced business development expert specializing in brand development, sales, and marketing. He is exposed to different market segments with a demonstrated track record of building brands, improving operations, driving growth, and reducing the cost of operations: sales and marketing.

Currently, Kwaku is a Head of Sales in a fintech company in Africa and has over 15 years of corporate experience in the field of Sales, Marketing, and golf development. Kwaku has considerable knowledge in sales and marketing operations, business strategy, channel development, and e-commerce platform management. Kwaku has undertaken projects in multiple industries, including marketing agencies, Pay/Satellite T.V., Telecommunication, and home decor.

Kwaku is passionate about technology and the digital transformation of services resulting in customer satisfaction. He has contributed to the execution of health and wellness projects and golf event platforms. He produced the first golf corporate tabloid talk show – “G.E.C. Connect and G.E.C. Aspire, and the first Fitness Party – S.W.E.A.T, which created a networking opportunity for professionals in the corporate sector. He has been a valuable resource to the execution of international golf and digital transformation projects, such as the World Corporate Golf Challenge, the G.E.C. Open, and GCF Unite Websummit, to mention a few.

Kwaku’s vision is to enhance innovation and solutions to drive business growth.

He currently serves as Chairman of the Business Council for Africa and Africa Business Media. He is also a non-executive director of Africa online. He holds a BSc (Honors) Degree in Computer Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, and an Executive Development Programme in Business Management and Strategies from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Ofosuhene is a tech-enthused, experienced business development expert specializing in brand development, sales, and marketing. He is exposed to different market segments with a demonstrated track record of building brands, improving operations, driving growth, and reducing the cost of operations: sales and marketing.

Currently, Kwaku is a Head of Sales in a fintech company in Africa and has over 15 years of corporate experience in the field of Sales, Marketing, and golf development. Kwaku has considerable knowledge in sales and marketing operations, business strategy, channel development, and e-commerce platform management. Kwaku has undertaken projects in multiple industries, including marketing agencies, Pay/Satellite T.V., Telecommunication, and home decor.

Kwaku is passionate about technology and the digital transformation of services resulting in customer satisfaction. He has contributed to the execution of health and wellness projects and golf event platforms. He produced the first golf corporate tabloid talk show – “G.E.C. Connect and G.E.C. Aspire, and the first Fitness Party – S.W.E.A.T, which created a networking opportunity for professionals in the corporate sector. He has been a valuable resource to the execution of international golf and digital transformation projects, such as the World Corporate Golf Challenge, the G.E.C. Open, and GCF Unite Websummit, to mention a few.

Kwaku’s vision is to enhance innovation and solutions to drive business growth.

He currently serves as Chairman of the Business Council for Africa and Africa Business Media. He is also a non-executive director of Africa online. He holds a BSc (Honors) Degree in Computer Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, and an Executive Development Programme in Business Management and Strategies from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Samlara Baah is the founder and C.E.O. of Loo Works, an organization using plastic waste to create sanitation solutions for marginalized communities in West Africa. Samlara has a vision of creating pathways and resources for Africa. She aims to be remembered as someone who adds a new dimension to all the good Africa offers. Samlara has focused on advocacy, community sensitization, and developing solutions for the communities she serves. She has worked on environmental solutions with organizations like the World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme, Oxfam, and the Dutch Government. Upon moving back to Ghana, it didn’t take long for Samlara to realize the sanitation crisis the country was experiencing. She took the lead in finding a solution that could serve the masses. Samlara is a Harvard Mason Fellow and an Adrian Cheng Fellow. She has an M.B.A. from the Georgia Institute of Technology and an M.P.A. from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Samlara is a 2020 Echoing Green Fellow.

Samlara Baah is the founder and C.E.O. of Loo Works, an organization using plastic waste to create sanitation solutions for marginalized communities in West Africa. Samlara has a vision of creating pathways and resources for Africa. She aims to be remembered as someone who adds a new dimension to all the good Africa offers. Samlara has focused on advocacy, community sensitization, and developing solutions for the communities she serves. She has worked on environmental solutions with organizations like the World Bank, the United Nations Development Programme, Oxfam, and the Dutch Government. Upon moving back to Ghana, it didn’t take long for Samlara to realize the sanitation crisis the country was experiencing. She took the lead in finding a solution that could serve the masses. Samlara is a Harvard Mason Fellow and an Adrian Cheng Fellow. She has an M.B.A. from the Georgia Institute of Technology and an M.P.A. from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government. Samlara is a 2020 Echoing Green Fellow.

Management

Ama Fordjour is the founder and Managing Director of Six Degrees Ltd. (SDL). In her role as a transformational consultant, she spearheads strategic information and technology initiatives, enabling the firm to deliver faster and better services to clients locally and globally.

Notably, Ama played a pivotal role in negotiating the establishment of the first technology park in West Africa, in collaboration with Cyber Gateway and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She also represented Cyber Gateway at the United Nations First Annual Digital Bridge Africa conference.

With over 15 years of experience as a Program & Project Manager in Software Systems engineering, Ama possesses expertise in project planning, client engagement, and project communication. Throughout her career, she has collaborated with government officials, business leaders, and stakeholders in the education and healthcare sectors, driving philanthropic and business initiatives.

Ama is fully committed to forging robust external relationships and partnerships that align with the mission and vision of the Dr. Dennis Foundation.

If given the opportunity, Ama would prioritize two significant changes in Ghana. Firstly, she would advocate for the establishment of well-equipped and accessible libraries in every community, fostering widespread access to quality education. Secondly, she would strive to ensure affordable state-of-the-art hospitals in every township, aiming to improve healthcare accessibility and quality nationwide.

Reflecting on her dedication to service, she resonates with the famous quote by John F. Kennedy: “Ask not what your country can do for you…rather, ask what you can do for your country.”

What brings out Ama’s inner child is a good laugh shared with her friends and family.

Ama Fordjour is the founder and Managing Director of Six Degrees Ltd. (SDL). In her role as a transformational consultant, she spearheads strategic information and technology initiatives, enabling the firm to deliver faster and better services to clients locally and globally.

Notably, Ama played a pivotal role in negotiating the establishment of the first technology park in West Africa, in collaboration with Cyber Gateway and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She also represented Cyber Gateway at the United Nations First Annual Digital Bridge Africa conference.

With over 15 years of experience as a Program & Project Manager in Software Systems engineering, Ama possesses expertise in project planning, client engagement, and project communication. Throughout her career, she has collaborated with government officials, business leaders, and stakeholders in the education and healthcare sectors, driving philanthropic and business initiatives.

Ama is fully committed to forging robust external relationships and partnerships that align with the mission and vision of the Dr. Dennis Foundation.

If given the opportunity, Ama would prioritize two significant changes in Ghana. Firstly, she would advocate for the establishment of well-equipped and accessible libraries in every community, fostering widespread access to quality education. Secondly, she would strive to ensure affordable state-of-the-art hospitals in every township, aiming to improve healthcare accessibility and quality nationwide.

Reflecting on her dedication to service, she resonates with the famous quote by John F. Kennedy: “Ask not what your country can do for you…rather, ask what you can do for your country.”

What brings out Ama’s inner child is a good laugh shared with her friends and family.

Mabel Awurama Asamoah Agyemang – Data Analyst and Executive Assistant to the CEO of Claron Health International. Mabel is a highly skilled and accomplished data analyst who possesses a strong zeal for handling data, combined with extensive experience in data analysis and predictive modeling. Mabel believes in an independent Africa whose businesses are tailored to meet the needs of its indigenes though proven data, whilst impacting the world as a whole. She completed the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with honours in International Business Administration. She has a passion for the Africa and for helping its citizens improve far beyond their current state and dreams to make this a reality.

Mabel Awurama Asamoah Agyemang – Data Analyst and Executive Assistant to the CEO of Claron Health International. Mabel is a highly skilled and accomplished data analyst who possesses a strong zeal for handling data, combined with extensive experience in data analysis and predictive modeling. Mabel believes in an independent Africa whose businesses are tailored to meet the needs of its indigenes though proven data, whilst impacting the world as a whole. She completed the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with honours in International Business Administration. She has a passion for the Africa and for helping its citizens improve far beyond their current state and dreams to make this a reality.

Joseph Dogbatse is a visionary leader with a proven track record in strategic multimedia planning and digital marketing. As the CEO of Joeblinks Multimedia Company, an innovative and uprising multimedia agency in Ghana, he has transformed businesses from various industries ranging from retail and finance to technology and hospitality. Joseph’s expertise lies in graphic design, video production, photography, and animation. With his ability to think outside the box, he delivers cutting-edge solutions that are tailored to each client’s unique needs. Joseph is dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service and laying a solid foundation of trust and loyalty with all his clients. His creative vision and passion for innovation have established Joeblinks Multimedia as a rising leader in the global multimedia solutions market.

Joseph Dogbatse is a visionary leader with a proven track record in strategic multimedia planning and digital marketing. As the CEO of Joeblinks Multimedia Company, an innovative and uprising multimedia agency in Ghana, he has transformed businesses from various industries ranging from retail and finance to technology and hospitality. Joseph’s expertise lies in graphic design, video production, photography, and animation. With his ability to think outside the box, he delivers cutting-edge solutions that are tailored to each client’s unique needs. Joseph is dedicated to delivering exceptional customer service and laying a solid foundation of trust and loyalty with all his clients. His creative vision and passion for innovation have established Joeblinks Multimedia as a rising leader in the global multimedia solutions market.

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