Mr. Alexander Kofi-Mensah Mould is the CEO of the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC). He has over 20 years of Managerial Leadership experience of which ten (10) years have been spent in the downstream Oil Business focusing on Refining Crude and Petroleum Products Supply and Risk Management. He earned an MBA (Finance, Economics, and Decision Science) from J.L Kellogg Graduate School, Northwestern University Illinois, USA in 1994. He also obtained a Post Graduate Diploma (Oil Marketing and Economics) from Oxford University College of Petroleum Studies in 1989.
Mrs. Comfort Ocran is an international motivational speaker and management consultant with a passion for challenging people to reach their full potential and live out their God-given dreams. With her husband, Mr. Albert Ocran, they run two companies; Combert Impressions, a cutting-edge printing house, and Legacy & Legacy, a consultancy that focuses on human capital development. They also run the Springboard Road Show Foundation, a not-for-profit organization, which focuses on grooming the next generation of African leaders and entrepreneurs
Mr. Patrick Awuah is a Ghanaian Engineer, Educator, and Entrepreneur. Mr. Awuah established Ashesi University in 2002; founded with an ambitious goal – an African renaissance driven by a new generation of ethical, entrepreneurial, and innovative leaders. Today, Ashesi is recognized as one of the finest educational institutions in Africa. He was recently awarded the Mac Arthur Prize, McNulty Prize; and Membership of the Order of the Volta – one of Ghana’s highest awards given to individuals who exemplify the ideal of service to the country. In 2015, Patrick was named one of the World’s 50 Greatest Leaders by Fortune. Mr. Awuah previously worked as a Program Manager for Microsoft.
Her Ladyship Lauretta Vivian Lamptey was the Ghanaian Commissioner on Human Rights and Administrative Justice. She is a Lawyer and an Investment Banker. Lauretta Lamptey studied law at the University of Ghana, Legon where she gained an LLB. She continued to the Ghana Law School where she qualified as a Barrister. She also studied International Business Law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, of the University of London, where she acquired the LL.M degree.