Dr. Peggy Oti-Boateng

Dr. Oti-Boateng is currently the Director of the Division of Science Policy and Capacity Building in the Natural Sciences Sector at UNESCO. In the past, she has been responsible for projects and programmes relating to science policy and basic sciences  at the multisectoral regional office in Harare (Zimbabwe). She was regional thematic adviser for Africa

Prof. Edward S. Ayensu

An international development advisor on science, technology and economic development. He is currently the Chairman of the President of Ghana’s Advisory Council on Science, Technology and Innovation (PACSTI), Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) Ghana, Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Accra Institute of

Prof. Neil Turok

Professor Neil Turok is the former Director of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and former Chair of Mathematical Physics at Cambridge University. He is the Founder of AIMS, Chair of the AIMS International Governing Board (IGB) and present Chair of the AIMS South Africa Council. Among his many honours, Neil was awarded Sloan and

Ama Serwah Nerquaye-Tetteh

Ama Serwah Nerquaye-Tetteh is currently the Secretary-General of the Ghana National Commission for UNESCO, a multi-sectoral government agency that works with the ministries of Education, Culture and Tourism, Youth and Sports, Environment, Science and Technology, and Innovation, Communication and other governmental and non-governmental agencies to foster UNESCO’s ideals in-country and as a member state.She is an educationist and policy

Rev. Prof. Samuel K. Adjepong

Rev. Prof. Samuel K. Adjepong is an academic, administrator and an ordained Minister with immeasurable contribution to education, social and moral well-being of Ghanaians and the world at large. Rev. Prof. Adjepong holds a PhD in Physics from University of Southampton. His career as academic has been outstanding; beginning as assistant lecturer at University of

Prof. Mrs. Esi Awuah

Prof. Mrs. Esi Awuah is a distinguished academic and administrator. She is a full professor of Environmental Health and Sanitation at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). She is a global advisor for African Sanitation Think Tank and Executive Board Member of OSWD for the African Region. Prof. Mrs. Esi Awuah has a

Prince Kofi Amoabeng

Mr. Prince Kofi Amoabeng is the President of UT Holdings. He is a retired military officer (Captain) and an investment consultant. He graduated from the premier Business School in Ghana- University of Ghana Business School with a B.Sc Admin (Accounting). He is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA-UK) and a member

Prof. Jophus Anamuah-Mensah

Jophus Anamuah-Mensah, Ed.D., is Executive Chair of Teacher Education in Sub Saharan Africa, and the Director of School and Community Science and Technology Studies (SACOST) at the University of Education, Winneba, (UEW) Ghana. He was for nine years the Principal and Vice Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba. He has taught and researched in

Lydie Hakizimana

Lydie Hakizimana is a seasoned educator, successful entrepreneur, and the Chief Executive Officer of AIMS. As founder & CEO of Drakkar Ltd, a pioneering Rwandan educational publishing house, Lydie has over 10 years of experience in production and distribution of textbooks. Through her work at Drakkar, Lydie edited and published 16 Kinyarwanda titles and distributed

Dr. Prince Koree Osei

Dr. Prince Koree Osei is the Centre President of AIMS Ghana. He is also the Lead Scientist & Director for Quantum Leap Africa (QLA). Previously, he was a Fields-Perimeter and Perimeter Institute Postdoctoral research fellow and the Academic Manager for AIMS Ghana. He is also the co-founder of Analytics IQ, an Analytics and Actuarial consulting firm

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