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Acheampong Tutu

Acheampong Tutu, curious, and a deep thinker has spent four years ( 2009- 2013) in the University of Ghana, Legon to read and graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Family and Consumer Science,Linguistics. He took some other courses in Public Administration in the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS). He holds a professional training certificate in Project Management and Sales and Marketing Management with Logos Business School.
In the University, aside academic work, he joined social groups (AIESEC, UN Students Association, German Club, and APSUHOPSA) and through commitment, he developed profound interest in bringing people together to engage them in beneficial courses of life.

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Annette Boye-Moses

Annette Boye-Moses is a highly motivated professional who is inspired by youth development and racial equality. She is committed to the development of young individuals in Africa; young individuals who are eager to effect positive transformation within their society and set on becoming great influential leaders. Her various experiences working with regulators, councils and schools has allowed her the opportunity to mentor and coach young people in the areas of financial literacy and skills development for the working environment. Outside of the academics and working environment, she is passionate about music and teaches young people how to harness their musical abilities.

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Maua Osoro

Maua holds a Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of Glasgow. Her desire for development and youth empowerment was ignited whilst attending a leadership conference in Malaysia under the International Youth Leadership Network (IYLN), after which she was asked to pilot the Africa chapter as Project Manager in South Africa. Whilst on a volunteering mission in Ghana, Acheampong (President of IFED) approached her with a similar vision that would bring together like-minded African’s to “discuss” current political, social and economic trends and “physically” impact change. Continue reading “Maua Osoro”

Christopher Fynn