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Ada Ojukwu (far right in picture) was this year promoted to Manager of Avis Rent
A Car, Ghana. Before joining Avis, Ada worked with Land Tours as a special
events Manager where she was charged with marketing Avis’ transportation
services to Corporate Ghana. Ada did a splendid job and increased both client
base and market share.
Kingsley Ajei-Godson and his wife Debbie welcomed the birth of their first
child, son, Elyon Jojo Obrempong Ajei-Godson on May 6, 2009. Mother and son are
healthy and happy.
Keren Mettle-Nunoo Asante was this year awarded a fellowship by the Federal
Agency for Civic Education in Germany. Fellows were chosen based on the strength
of their applications which included submitting essays on topics of civic
education and development. The programme will involve fellows taking part in a
four week exchange programme in Germany in August this year and an education
program in Ghana and Nigeria in March next year. Keren is one of the twelve
recipients of the award and will join others in political and cultural events
over the next few months. Congratulations, Keren!
Ahmed Satti is giving back to his home country, Sudan. Ahmed, a Sudanese who
grew up in Ghana now works with the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management
as a training coordinator for the Sudan Microfinance Development Facility (SMDF).
The SMDF, established by the Central Bank of Sudan and the World Bank, provides
funding in the form of loans, guarantees, equity and grants as well as technical
assistance and training to build microfinance capacity.
Agyemang Duah (left in picture) is the
totally irreplaceable Documents Controller at Chase Petroleum Ghana Ltd. Ama is
charged with managing the company’s soft and hard documents correspondence by
ensuring easy retrieval, and securing and tracking documents. She works closely
with the project manager to oversee company projects, and makes recommendations,
as well as supervising all IT-related activities. Currently, she’s working on a
petroleum tank farm construction project.
Rhoda Ansah (left in picture) works with
the African Centre for Economic Transformation (ACET) as a Communications and
External Relations Assistant. This makes her the in-house IT support person, the
network administrator, and the overseer of the development of the company’s new
website. A multi-tasking Rhoda who has always had a soft spot for children,
currently volunteers at the Social Service Trust orphanage in Cape Coast, as an
Georgette Mould graduated Magna Cum
Laude and was also awarded the Scholarship, Leadership and Citizenship Award.
While at Ashesi, Monika worked with the Astrient Foundation and was co-ordinator
of the Women's Forum. The Women’s Forum is a platform for Ashesi students to
interact with successful business women and alumnae. It seeks to inspire and
encourage the development of future female leaders by connecting them with
today's highly regarded female change-drivers. Monika continues to work with the
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