She is a software developer and social entrepreneur who runs Soronko Solutions, a social enterprise that uses basic mass technology to drive human potential. She created Tech Needs Girls, a mentoring program that mentors girls to lead and innovate by learning to code. Her story was featured in Lean In for Graduates by Sheryl Sandberg COO of Facebook and Impatient Optimist by The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. She is a Mandela Washington fellow, an Aspen Institute New Voices Fellow, GOOD Fellow and a Global Shaper of the Accra hub of the World Economic Forum. She was featured on CNN African Startups, Aljazeera, BBC and other global media platforms.
Israella Kafui Mansu
The founder and CEO of Mansuki Ghana limited a company that produces cosmetics from local products. At a very young age, she has distinguished herself with special recognition from the president and awards from South Africa and Sweden. She now employs lots of young people and exports her products to Europe, America and Asia including other countries in Africa.
Fred Mawuli Deebge
The founder and Chief Shoemaker of Heel the World, (HTW) a shoe manufacturing company in Ghana and son of famous Ghanaian Preacher Dr. Fred Deegbe. He uses his platform to give employment and teach young people how to start a company. An Ashesi University Alumnus, he is the past curator of Global Shapers in Accra.