Ewura Adams Karim
Ewura Adams Karim is a multi-talented performing artist, social entrepreneur, creative activist and theatre for development professional who has been actively involved in youth and community leadership and development, agriculture, performing and creative arts and activism as well as social entrepreneurship.
He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Ghana and Certificate in Creative Activism from the Centre for Artistic Activism.
As a social entrepreneur, he is passionate about the development of youth and women in Ghana.
He is the Co-founder and Chief Operations Officer of Vert Growth Company Limited, a Ghanaian Agri-business Startup. He is the co-founder and Executive Director of Maltiti Foundation, a nonprofit in Ghana.
He is a freelance Theatre for Development and Social Change Communication consultant.
He’s received several honors and awards including the Kumasi Leadership and SDG honorary Award In 2019. Community Hero award in 2018 by Africa Centre for Peace Building. The Chooselife Initiative Mental Healthcare Honor in 2019 and many others to his name.
Smith Dumenyo hopes to be a savvy financial analyst and accountant.
He holds a Bsc. Administration from the University of Ghana Business School where he majored in Banking and Finance. He is also currently studying to become a chartered management accountant through CIMA.
He has worked with the Client Coverage Team of Stanbic Bank Ghana where he gained considerable corporate banking experience.
He is determined to make something extremely good out of himself for the ultimate benefit of society because he ardently believes that personal successes mean nothing until they culminate in the benefit of communities and touch lives and so throughout his life he’s committed himself to the service of others.
Prominent amongst them is serving in the technical capacity as Treasurer of the Student Representative Council of University of Ghana and embarking on projects with the Legon Leo Club.
He believes all these will make him a better person to serve society well and pursue a fulfilling professional career.
Head of Programs & Projects:
Edith-Casely Ndidi Fordjoe
Edith-Casely Ndidi Fordjoe is a very passionate, strong willed, multifaceted and conscientious lady with interests in environmental advocacy and child development.
She is the Head of Project and Programs at Maltiti Foundation, and is armed with a BA focused in Political Science with Information Studies from University of Ghana, Legon and diverse work experience where her planning and organizational skills were honed.
A growing interest in environmental issues has necessitated her morphing into an environmental activist who uses her social media and environmental blog to educate and inform people about the growing environmental crisis using her excellent writing skills.
In 2009, she was part of the top ten finalists of the country wide CitiFm Write Away essay contest. The following year, she won second place in that very contest. She was the overall best first year English student in Achimota School for the 2015/2016 academic year.
She is also one of the Content and Creative members of HaY Foundation
Africa, a mental health advocacy NGO. Her inclination towards the wellbeing of children led her to volunteer with Compassion International, a non-profit that seeks to alleviate child poverty through the church and education. Communication and Public Relations: Phyllis Selinam Ampo Monitoring & Evaluation:
Lebeney K. Ahiabor
Lebeney Kwaku Ahiabor is a young, energetic, and highly motivated entrepreneur in the creative arts and Technology industry.
He takes his work very seriously and above all he is very socially active and has excellent human relations.
He holds an advanced Diploma Certificate in Software Engineering, Graphics Design and Digital Marketing from IPMC College of Technology in Ghana.
He is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree program in Information and Technology at the University of Ghana.
As the C.E.O of Digicliq Media Consult he has had the opportunity to work with and provide media services to many individuals and firms in Ghana. He is a genius at his work.
He is currently the I.T officer for Maltiti Foundation.
Head of communications
Phyllis Selinam Ampo
PHYLLIS SELINAM AMPO is a communication strategist who is a motivated, adaptable and responsible individual with proven skills in establishing rapport and top-notch skills in oral and written communication.
Familiar with Microsoft Office software, video and audio editing software such as Grass Valley, Adobe Audition developed through past working experiences, she has a positive demeanor and approach to work and a strong drive to see things through to completion.
She holds a Bachelor of Art in Sociology and Russian from the University of Ghana. She previously worked as a reporter, producer and TV Host at the Multimedia Group Ltd in Ghana having been a student journalist with Radio Univers during her student days back in the University of Ghana.
Her career experience and skills have grown from her childhood hobbies: writing and reading. Over time, she’s learnt to put these hobbies to good use in the media and communication field coupled with listening and oratory skills.
She’s won many hearts in her years of working experience as a writer, researcher, journalist, marketer, manager and a strategist. The core values of her work is to see all the feasible ideas through to completion since she’s a perfectionist.
She avidly believes that effective teamwork begins and ends with communication and also, communication skills maintain positive work relationships, clarify perceptions, as well as effectively disseminate information. Being a part of a team makes her feel that Together Everyone Achieves More.
Audiovisual Media Documentation Officer:
Marvin Raymond Ablorh
Marvin Raymond Ablorh is a media analyst and part time tutor at Think media institute.
He holds a BA in Theatre Arts and Information Studies from the University of Ghana.
He also has a Masters in Media Arts from the University of Ghana.
He works at the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation. He is also the Head of Video and Project Documentation at Global Arts and Development Centre.
He is also a certified project manager.