Team - Executives

Stephen Abebreseh
Chief Executive Officer

Stephen has a keen interest in the dynamics of human relations and social matters. He leads GhanaProNet’s effort, in connecting global professionals concerned with Ghanaian affairs, to establish and strengthen relations through shared ideas, experiences, and interests that ultimately expands unity, community and opportunity.

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Dela Kusi-Appouh 
Chief Operating Officer

Although Dela enjoys the benefits of her existing social and professional networks, she appreciates how GhanaProNet will vastly improve the utility of these networks and provide a much needed cohesiveness among professionals. She plans to take full advantage of GhanaProNet's explicit focus on building long-lasting personal and professional relationships.

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Dela Kusi-Appouh

Kofi Afful
Director of Development

Kofi is captivated by GhanaProNet’s simple, yet game-changing concept of networking and meeting Ghanaian professionals all over the world who dare not only to dream big, but are willing to put boots to the ground to actually effect change and have great fun doing it. He has the challenging yet enviable goal to help address some of the poignant developmental challenges Ghana faces.

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Kofi Afful

Ama Fordjour
Chief Financial Officer

Ama envisions that through GhanaProNet, many of the wealthiest and better educated Ghanaians living outside Ghana and who already contribute billions of dollars  to her GDP, annually, can be more effectively mobilized to invest in Ghana.

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Ama Fordjour 

Kwame Siriboe
Chief Technology Officer

Kwame wants to be part of a group that positively re- imagines the complex identity of Ghana and Africa as a whole. Kwame wants to be part of a team that promotes the positive cultural resurgence of Ghanaian heritage, culture and society..

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Nana Ama Asare

Nana Ama Asare
Chief Administrative Officer

Nana Ama desires to see GhanaProNet become the most vibrant, worldwide platform for the exchange of ideas and talent among Ghanaian professionals and friends of Ghana. With the wealth of global experience in the non-profit sector, project management, environmental resource infrastructure development and event planning, Nana Ama leads the administrative efforts of GhanaProNet to fulfill her expressed wish.

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Nana Ama Asare

Adjoa Adofo
Director of Marketing

Adjoa believes in the important role that Africans in the Diaspora play in the global debate on the future of Africa. She especially supports GhanaProNet’s effort to empower young Ghanaian professionals to participate in efforts towards sustainable development in Africa.


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