Cyril is a early career researcher, policy evaluator and a social entrepreneur. Currently, he is serving the UK Research & Innovation International Development Peer Review College as a member. He has been involved in a variety of high-impact projects and policy evaluations with bilateral and multilateral development organizations. He offered valuable inputs to some of the sections of UNESCO’s policy evaluation on culture and sustainable development. Cyril holds degrees in M.Sc. Development Evaluation and Management from the University of Antwerp - Belgium and B.A. Development Management from the University of Wales – UK.
Administrator & Relations Coordinator
Wise is a young and vibrant women and child’s right activist currently studying journalism at the Ghana Institute of Journalism. His passion and commitment to making our society a utopian one for children and youth led him to volunteer for Plan Ghana for two years. He is also the Public Relations Officer of Marie Stopes Ghana’s Youth Advisory Board and has also served as the financial secretary of the Ghana Institute of Journalism’s Student’s Representative Council. Wise aspires to be a development communicator and international relations expect.
Climate & Environmental Sustainability Coordinator
Victoria obtained a Publishing Studies degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana and is currently working with e-Process International S.A She is passionate about young people especially women and this has led her to volunteer with Marie Stopes and other NGO's to educate, inspire and impact lives mainly in Greater Accra, Brong Ahafo, Volta and Eastern Region. She desires to pursue a law degree to broaden her scope of knowledge.
Monitoring & Evaluation Coordinator
Aaron holds a B.A. in Geography and Rural Development with Political Science from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). He currently serves as the National Chairman of the Ghana Health Service Youth Advisory Committee on the National Adolescent Health and Development Programme. He is also the Chairman of the Marie Stopes International Ghana Youth Advisory Board. He is one of fourteen pioneering scholars of the John Agyekum Kufuor Scholars Programme and was recently inducted as one of twenty-one pioneering fellows of the Emerging Public Leaders Programme.
Peace Building and Human Rights Coordinator
She is a National Service Personnel at Legon Centre for International Affairs and Diplomacy, University of Ghana as a Research Associate. She holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Ghana. She is a Human Rights Activist at Amnesty International Ghana Section Youth Wing as well as a member of the Junior Chamber International Accra Royale. She seeks to further her education at the Masters level in International Relations and work with an Institution related to Africa’s Development. She desires to utilize all opportunities available to further her education at the Doctorate level in the future
Policy & Governance Coordinator
Richmond is a freelance blogger, web designer, and academic researcher. He obtained his First Degree in Bachelor of Business Administration (HRM option) from Methodist University College, Ghana and currently pursuing a Master of Philosophy in Leadership at the University of Professional Studies, Accra. He has volunteered with a number of non-profits such as Africa ICT Rights and Team CSR Ghana, helping them restructure their online presence as well providing administrative support. He is passionate about advancing actions towards improving the lives of the less privileged in the society. He enjoys writing and watching movies in his free time.
Agriculture & Organic Farming Coordinator
He is a socially active person with friendly character, and a good communicator. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture Technology (Crop Science) from the University for Development Studies. He was a volunteer for the International Citizen Service Program a DFID funded program. He has worked as a field technical officer with the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research- Savannah Agricultural Research institute. He has played major roles in Media Advocacy on Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Schools. He looks forward to building a successful career in the Agricultural sector and very much passionate about farming.
Health & Sanitation Coordinator
Ekua is an Environmental Engineer and Hydrogeologist specialising in water and sanitation and has an MSC in hydrogeology and environmental engineering and a BSc in Environmental Science. She is very versatile and has experiences spanning project sourcing and implementation, NGO activities, education and training, revenue collection, laboratory analysis and water quality analysis as well as research. Her current job has an interesting combination of Renewable energy, Climate Change and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene and defines her interest areas. She is particularly interested in technologies that suit the context and can solve the current challenges of developing countries.