Emmanuel Leslie Addae
Leslie has the ability to help a team finds its rhythm. He makes sense of everyone on the team by identifying each person’s strength. He has great skills in communication and organization. He can be of great use to a team with raw potential. Leslie’s superpower is harmonizing. Harmonizers instinctively know how to channel the team’s energy and the talent.
I am passionate about pursuing my global goal because of my deep conviction that life must be made better for all and the wide gap between the rich and the poor be bridged through innovation that will set all on a level playing field. I believe my pursuit of this goal will see the world in a great light of fast social and economic advancement that will place everyone at an advantaged position to be relevant in their various fields of endeavor.
Esther is a multi-passionate visionary who has extensive experience in social media marketing, communication, administration, marketing, fine arts and early childhood education.
She enjoys helping brands and businesses leverage the power of Social Media for growth and nurturing young children using the Montessori Philosophy of education.
I am Eunice Ofori-Mintah, born and raised in Amsterdam, in my youthful years I worked together with my dad at his foundation, teaching kids and providing computer training to migrants in the city. After working for 5 year in the financial sector I decided to move to Accra determined to make a change and contribute to the empowerment of Ghana’s youth.
Andy is a software developer who's ability is to put together every little detail to produce the needed results. Music is one of Andy’s passions and he can be found playing the keyboard if he is not coding and building websites.
Priscillia is passionate about Africa's development and bringing a change in Africa’s educational system as well as helping young people discover and live out their purpose.
Daniel looks up to Mel Ziegler (Co-founder of Banana Republic) for inspiration and believes in his famous quote in which he says, "The only asset we have is our own oblivion. That will keep us blissfully ignorant of the bewildering and arbitrary impediments that will entangle us until we become so embroiled that quitting was no longer a possibility."