Elizabeth Patterson, Founder|Executive Director
Elizabeth Akua-Nyarko Patterson is the founder and executive director of the Girls education initiative of Ghana, GEIG. Ms. Patterson holds an MPA, masters in public administration from NYU Wagner School of Public Service where she specialized in non- profit management.
Ms. Patterson’s research includes but not limited to Education of Marginalized People: access to education for disabled/differently abled students in K-12 institutions in South Africa, A comparative qualitative study on single sex and co-Ed schools in New York City, Strategic Planning: City Year New York, and Performance Measurement and Management: Junior Achievement of New York, JA-New York, A more diverse Workforce: the fire department of New York City.
Genevieve Pearl-Duncan Obuobi
Genevieve Duncan is an experienced banker with expertise in relationship and wealth management, and managing teams to perform at the highest level. Genevieve manages Fidelity Bank's Labone branch. She is Management-certified by the Cranfield Business School (UK), Harvard Business School and CEIBS, China.
Genevieve is currently a doctoral candidate at Swiss Business School. She holds EMBA from the University of Ghana Business School, and a Business Administration graduate from GIMPA. Genevieve is an associate member of the Retail Banking Academy (UK), and also a full member of the Chartered Institute of Leadership and Governance, New Mexico (USA). She is a career planning trainer, a student coach and has passion for youth entrepreneurial empowerment.
Andrews Nii Awuley Lartey
Andrews Lartey was the Business Development and Careers Associate at Lancaster University Ghana who facilitated the University’s Student Entrepreneurship program, worked on special projects that engaged academia and industry. Engaged Career-related events and guidance. He serves as the Director, Business Development, Strategy and STEAM at GEIG. He is a founding member of Kumasi Hive. Co-founder and past country director for Women In Tech Africa.