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Yussif kanvela Ahmed-Sherrif

Savannah Region

University for Development Studies - Ghana

​Ahmed-Sherrif is an alumnus of Lead for Ghana (formerly Teach for Ghana), a trainee genetic counsellor, and a West African Genetic Medicine Center (WAGMC) Fellow whose primary goal is providing support to patients and families diagnosed with or evaluated for genetic conditions in Ghana.

In 2022, he was awarded the Lead for Ghana Fellow with a Transformational A.M.A. classroom for achieving ambitious learning outcomes in the classroom during the fellowship. In the same year, he also won a West Africa Genetic Medicine Centre (WAGMC) postgraduate fellowship award to conduct research in behavioural genetics.

Currently, he is researching the awareness, knowledge, and perceptions of sickle cell and genetic counselling among young single adults in Tamale, Ghana. He hopes that data from this research will serve as a guide on how to engage and educate young single adults in the Northern region about sickle cell disease.

As one of a member of the first cohort of up-and-coming genetic counsellors in Ghana, Ahmed-Sherrif is passionate about improving access to genetic health in Ghana, child education, and self-development.


Mentorship needs: Ability to market and position myself as a pioneer in the developing healthcare industry in West Africa.

Albert Osei


KNUST - Ghana 

Institute of commercial Management - UK

Albert is the special aid to the chairman of PK Amoabeng leadership Foundation, Capt Prince Kofi Amoabeng RTD. He has over 5 years experience in project management, copy writing, sales and marketing across various industries including, automobile, finance, and general trade of goods.

Mentorship needs: Business and leadership

Rachael Awinsu Alabilla

Upper East Region

KNUST - Ghana

Rachael Awinsu Alabilla is a student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology studying Business Administration, Management option, she has great passion for community service, impacting society positively through transformational leadership and being the change, she wants to see in society as said by Mahatma Ghandi. She also takes delight in empowering women, law, business, leadership, research, green management and societal growth and development.

She wants to cause change that will go beyond generations, and she is the lead for TII (Transform, Inspire, Impact) Ghana, an NGO that undertakes educational and health programs in deprived rural areas in Ghana.


Mentorship needs: Career guidance (Business), Personal growth and development, Leadership guidance, Community service development, Business development.

Prosper Ahmed Amuquandoh

Northeast Region

University of Ghana - Ghana

Abdus Salam (ICTP Global)

University of California

University of Oxford

​Prosper Ahmed Amuquandoh is a public policy expert, and energy and infrastructure development professional. His professional practice spans the public and private sectors, international development and academia. He is passionate about excellent public service delivery in Africa, and Africa’s industrialisation and economic integration. For the past decade, Prosper has been working on developing a sustainable and resilient energy market and infrastructure to transform Ghana’s critical economic sectors, accelerate the country’s industrialisation drive, and, at the same time, combat climate change.

He hopes to be mentored in strategic leadership. He particularly looks forward to having high-level “boardroom experience” and mentorship on effectively leading regional and multilateral organisations and infrastructure projects. He also wants to hone his resource mobilisation, lobbying, negotiation and people management skills.


Mentorship needs: Mentorship in leading regional and multilateral organisations and infrastructure projects. He also wants to hone his resource mobilisation, lobbying, negotiation and people management skills.

Sarah Sam Ankrah

Bono East      

University of Ghana - Ghana

She prides herself as an embodiment of positive change and impact. Committing her knowledge, resources, time, and values to impact communities and the youth through educational and social intervention programs. Through which she mentors young girls navigate their way through their dilemma stage of development and decisions.

Sarah is a passionate advocate for mental health and sanity. With an aspiration to give and be the channel for justice and fairness to the denied. She seeks to contribute to positive social reforms and effective public policies as an enthusiast of governance.

Amusingly, she visions and aspire to be an outstanding entrepreneur and a business mogul.


Mentorship needs: Public speaking, Forensic psychology and law, Self-development and excellence, finance management, planning and investment, successful entrepreneur and a business mogul, Governance.

Salamatu Bawah


University of Professional Studies - Ghana

​Salamatu Bawah, a dedicated professional with a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Professional Studies is currently serving as an outreach coordinator of Little Big Souls Ghana. She contributes to the organization’s mission of advocating for and ensuring the reduction of premature births in Ghana and across Africa. Through her role, she engages with communities, raises awareness and collaborates with stakeholders to make a positive impact on maternal and child health. She is also an aspiring tax consultant and hopes to use her career to advocate for various tax reforms and education in the country. She is an avid reader and an adventurer.

Mentorship needs: I want to specialises in tax law and also need someone who can help me run a business.

Linda Ackah-Mensah


Associate, PWC

​Linda Ackah-Mensah is a dynamic advocate for youth, especially women, known for her impactful public speaking and accomplished writing. A graduate in Political Science and Information Studies from the University of Ghana, Linda has held leadership roles, including being a former Presidential Candidate for the University's SRC. With a professional background in parliamentary documentation and an internship at the Parliament of Ghana, she brings a wealth of experience. Linda actively contributes to social causes, advocating for gender equality as a She Leads Media Advocate at Plan Ghana and bridging the digital divide through the Soronko Rotary Girls Coding Project.

As a co-founder of the "Living In Today" Foundation, Linda addresses socio-economic gaps in rural communities. Fluent in English, Twi, and Fante, Linda's diverse skill set includes organizational prowess, customer service excellence, and effective communication. She is an Associate at PWC Ghana and holds a keen interest in International Relations and Law. Linda is a catalyst for positive change, using her skills and platforms to advocate for equal opportunities, particularly for young women, inspiring, educating, and contributing meaningfully to a future of limitless possibilities.


Mentorship Area: Business & Leadership

Philip Doku Obidier


University of Energy and Natural Resources - Ghana

​Philip is an aspiring electrical engineer and sustainable energy professional and leader in business. He currently studies Electrical and Electronics Engineering at the University of Energy and Natural Resources. He is keen on personal growth and development to become the best at what he does. He enjoys competitive debating and public speaking and has represented his university both locally and internationally. He believes that one can achieve anything that they put their mind to.


Mentorship needs: Business Startup and Development, Engineering, Tech and Energy Market, Personal Branding and Marketing and Negotiations and Persuasion.

Makafui Amezah

Volta Region

Ashesi University (computer science)

​Makafui is a computer science graduate of Ashesi University with a strong affinity for innovation and entrepreneurship. He currently works as a product manager for Tech Fleet USA. His interests lie in decentralized finance (De-Fi) and agribusiness.

He seeks to contribute to the fight against food insecurity, as well as reducing financial burdens of Ghanas households by developing lucrative and accessible avenues of wealth creation in agribusiness.

Jeff Kodzo Ziwu

Volta Region

University of Ghana - Ghana

Jeff is an Agricultural Officer and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Climate Change and Sustainable Development at the University of Ghana. Jeff was the 2018/2019 President of the International Association of Students in Agriculture and Related Sciences at the University of Ghana. He is passionate about leveraging agriculture as a means to achieving Sustainable Development Goals 1 and 2. He aspires to become an agriculture, energy, and climate expert contributing to the discussions and tackling challenges in these fields.


Mentorship needs: Intersection of agriculture, energy, and climate change. Training in establishing and managing commercial farms and agricultural marketing companies.

Nana Kofi Afriyie Sarpong

Central Region.

University of Ghana - Ghana

Nana is a self motivated entrepreneur with a deep passion for impacting and empowering lives. He is a recipient of the Duke of Edinburgh Award, United Kingdom. With a passion for mitigating post-harvest losses, Nana is providing convenient and reliable access to fruits and vegetables by pooling farmers and urban food vendors on one platform. He is leveraging technology and green energy solutions for social good.


 Mentorship Needs: Agriculture, supply chains, Hotel and Restaurant management and networks.

Lilian Naa Norley Mensah

Greater Accra

University of Ghana - Ghana

Lilian Naa Norley Mensah works as an Administrative Officer at Suku Technologies. She studied Political Science and Linguistics at the University of Ghana, Legon. She volunteers in low-income and rural communities to increase access to education. She aspires to deepen her leadership skills and enhance problem-solving abilities. She founded the Naa Maneh Foundation, providing furniture and learning essentials to deprived schools in Ghana.

Lilian looks forward to contributing to positive change in her community and beyond.

Mentorship needs: Seeking mentorship for public speaking, leadership, and fundraising. Enhancing skills to advance my NGO's mission.

Gideon Awelana Buluse

Upper East region

University of Ghana - Ghana

Gideon, is a young daring African who is out of his comfort zone to transforming his world through business, excellence and industrialization. He founded Giwaland Ltd while I'm level 200 and and currently working as the team lead at The Honey Palace, his second company.


Mentorship needs: Then your area of mentorship: Business, leadership and industrialization

Benjamin Kwesi Bayor

Central Region

University of Education - Ghana

Benjamin Kwesi Bayor’s vision is to mitigate the challenge of food insecurity within the West African Subregion. He aspires to bridge the gap between traditional agricultural practices and innovative technological means. I have a strong desire for learning and personal development, driven by a commitment to making a lasting impact on society.

​Farida is a goal-oriented team leader with strong organizational skills. She is passionate about making a difference and is actively involved in various organizations and initiatives. Her accomplishments include being a member of parliament, female writer of the year volunteering for human rights, and being involved in chess and writing. She is dedicated to contributing to the betterment of humanity and strives to be a new type of citizen that Africa needs. Her drive and commitment to making a positive impact by taking on responsibilities and leading others are truly commendable.


Mentorship needs: Guidance on legal career paths, advice on building leadership skills, and support in balancing my academic and leadership commitments.

Farida Ali


University of Ghana - Ghana

​Kwasi earned his undergraduate degree in Business Administration (International Business Management) from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi. He began his career as a client service and project officer at Benchmark Marketing Ltd and transitioned into sales as the Regional Sales Team lead (Eastern Region) for aYo Intermediaries Ghana Ltd. Currently, he works as a District manager for National Service Scheme at Upper West Akim district and serves as the Eastern regional secretary for the National Service Scheme Staff Union. He is passionate about leadership, entrepreneurship, public administration and effective management of public institutions.


Mentorship needs: Leadership and Entrepreneurship

Otibo Kwasi Owusu


Knust - Ghana

​Dorcas is a dynamic and enthusiastic young lady who aspires to become a lawyer and a chartered HR professional. She is currently an event planner and decorator.

As an ardent believer in the transformative power of the law, she seeks to promote equity, equality, and fairness and drive positive social impact by advocating for justice and organizing programs that empower individuals and communities. She is the founder of Evolve Me Club; a teens club that aims to empower teens to become better leaders and socialites.

Mentorship needs: Human Relations and Law

Dorcas Ampofoah Dual


Knust - Ghana

Richmond Doku is a student pursuing B.Ed JHS Social Studies at the Presbyterian College of Education Akropong-Akuapem. He is the founder of Future Genius Club and his vision is to help people discover and actualise their purpose. He loves to listen to podcast, watch documentaries and read books on topics such as personal development and leadership.


- School Prefect (JHS)

- Scripture Union president (SHS) - President, Future Genius Club

Mentorship needs: Education.

Richmond Doku


Presbyterian College of Education

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