Amdiya Abdul Latiff
ROLE: Coordinates programs and partnerships, strategic planning, Marketing and Community Outreach as well as Ambassador of Women’s Health Trainer ULTIMATE GOAL: To be a leading global advocate in gender and development contributing to Menstrual Health and gender equality to enhance productivity, improve development outcomes for the next generation. BIGGEST ACHIEVEMENT: Won the Kumasi Leadership and SDG Award for championing rural girls empowerment in the Ashanti Region.
ICCES Ashanti Regional CoordinatorNational Secretary (GNAPVTI)
In charge of Crafting and Sewing Rugirlz Flagship Project; Ecopad
Margaret Mary Adjei-Twum
Margaret Mary Adjei-Twum-LLB Legal Practitioner and Solicitor
Misbah Bayor Salis
CEO D'bayor Health Organic inc. Assistant Imam of Yonkers Islamic Center, New York Financial secretary, Ghana Tembia In Diaspora
Abubakr Siddique Muntaka
Programs, Technology & Media
Muntaka Siddique Abubakr ( CTO & Founder: Munt IT Solutions ) Kessben University – Lecturer / I.T Manager BFa, BSc, PGDE, CCNA, HCIA, ICM-UK, MSc, PhD (C.)
Board Member & Mentor
VIC CAREW is an impact-driven non-profit leader, education practitioner, transformational speaker and entrepreneur. Ms. Carew is the Senior Strategy Consultant for K. Brook Global Consulting Group owns and operates a social enterprise through which she supports an orphanage in Gomoa Fetteh, Ghana. Executive Director of Institutional Advancement and the Georgia Perimeter College Foundation. serves on a number of nonprofit boards and holds national, regional and local positions as an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Ms. Carew completed her undergraduate work in Finance and Economics at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She did her graduate studies in Economics at Clark Atlanta University and later, in Public Administration/ Nonprofit Management at Georgia State University both in Atlanta, Georgia. currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Effective financial Management of NGO's
Executive Marketer for Rural Girls Empowerment Ghana