A Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum, Winnie is a 21 year old multi-talented young social entrepreneur and Anzisha Prize Fellow who has been dedicating her life to the economic empowerment of young people in her community and has consistently demonstrated her personal value of making a difference by using her talents to help others and her passion for empowering young people to be successful.
Winifred has travelled extensively worldwide and has shared platform with notable international figures such as the Executive Director of the World Trade Organization, Deputy Ruler of Dubai who presented the Dubai International Award to her in February 2015 and the UN Secretary General Ban Kin Moon.
Airtel Ghana honoured her with the Airtel Touching Lives Award in 2014 for her passion and commitment to empower girls and children from deprived communities in Ghana.
In 2015, Winnie was selected as an honouree of the prestigious World of Children Youth Award in New York, USA having earlier on been conferred as an Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society.
Winnifred was named a winner of the 2016 New African Woman in Science, Technology & Innovation award and was recently featured in Forbes as one of the social entrepreneurs in Africa to watch in 2015.
She sits on the boards of the Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative, Dawadawa Impact Investment Fund and EPF Schools.
In her capacity as the President, her roles include leadership development, strategic management, governance support and ensuring the development and sustainability of the organization.