Team - Deputies and Associates

Gloria Aggrey
Deputy Director, Health Development

Fueled by her professional interests in HIV/AIDS, antimicrobial stewardship, and health care disparities in refugee communities, Gloria joined GhanaProNet to promote innovative ideas with the goal of enhancing the social, professional, and economic development and contributions of young Ghanaian professionals in the Diaspora.

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Gloria Aggrey

Yram Foli
Deputy Director, Management and Operations

Yram is motivated by GhanaProNet’s mission of bringing Ghanaians and friends of Ghana together, to network, socialize, engage in activities that are relevant to our society and add value to our lives and professions.


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Yram Foli

N. Amma Twum-Baah
Deputy Director, Public Relations


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Fauziah Ibrahim
Co-Chair, Event Planning
Associate, Event Planning

GhanaProNet’s April 2012 screening of “The Witches of Gambaga” in Washington, DC was the clincher. In Fauziah’s opinion, the screening spoke volumes about the organization shining a light not only on our successes as professionals, but also on our much needed role in addressing social, cultural, and economic issues that have the potential to thwart our progress.  

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Fauziah Ibrahim

Jo V. Frimpong
Co-Chair, Associate,
Event Planning and Marketing

The opportunity to Meet and network with dynamic young Ghanaian and African professionals were strong incentives for Jo in his decision join to join GhanaProNet.

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Joseph Frimpong

Abdullai Ahmed
Associate, Media and Technology

Abdullai realizes that the outcome of GhanaProNet’s mission/vision has unprecedented potential analogous to Ghana’s shining democratic example which, he believes, is playing a meaningful role in bringing political and economic stability to other West Africa nations. Abdullai offers his expertise in information technology and marketing to support GhanaProNet in spearheading the task of building a flourishing professional community amongst Ghanaians

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Jonathan Atingdui
Associate, Finance

Jonathan is attracted to GhanaProNet’s mission and vision. He believes in the importance of networking and finding like-minded people to achieve both personal and group aspirations.

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Harriet Bensaah 
Associate, Marketing

Harriet believes that GhanaProNet is uniquely succeeding in the long overdue task of bridging gaps that will enable Ghanaians communities throughout the United States foster cooperation and become more self-reliant on their human resources in addition to the good will of others outside the Ghanaian Community.

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Harriet Bensaah

Eric Kutsoati
Volunteer, Socio-economic Development

Eric finds great value in the platform that GhanaProNet offers to work with and learn from like-minded professionals. For Eric, given his keen interest in poverty alleviation and social empowerment -meeting and networking with dynamic young Ghanaian and African professionals were strong incentives to become a member of GhanaProNet.

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Eric Kutsoati

Nana Ama Kyeremateng
Volunteer, Event Planning

Nana-Ama’s goal is to engage with Ghanaians with similar mindsets and exchange ideas. She believes that GhanaProNet is a great organization and will bring Ghanaians together to foster a movement of collaboration as well as inspiration.

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