My passion for technology and innovation has shaped my thirteen (13) years experience in the telecom industry within the technology industry. I began my career at Ghana Telecom in 2002 as a Customer Access Network Engineer, when mobile and data technology was evolving in Ghana. In 2006, I assumed the challenging role to lead the Field Operations team responsible for Special projects; where the quest to fully embrace the emerging technology drove my decision to purse a Master’s Degree in Engineering and Management from Coventry University (United Kingdom) with a focus on the evolution of telecommunication in emerging markets. Currently, I am the Enterprise Business Solution Manager at Vodafone (Ghana) leading a team of engineers to deploy end-to-end telecommunication solutions for corporate/enterprise clients.
Giving back to the community is an ethical social responsibility that needs to be committed by all. As a social entrepreneur, I am obsessed and deeply inspired in the development of young leadership talent. I founded the “e-Inclusion Initiative” with the aspiration to bridge Ghana’s gender inequality gap in ICT Education. The vision is to develop female leaders and entrepreneurs in Technology. In March, I was named a 2015 Mandela Washington fellow for Young African Leaders Initiative by the US Embassy in Ghana. I am currently in the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA for a six week intensive leadership , business and entrepreneurship training. I expect the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders Initiative’s Business and Entrepreneurship track will enable me gain access to global leadership tools , networks, funding opportunities and resources needed for me to build the e-Inclusion Initiative. Our objective is developing “Women in Technology” leaders in Ghana. Follow my blog for updates on my social entrepreneurship venture.
“The way to achieve your own success is to be willing to help somebody else get it first.” — Iyanla Vanzant,