She is an iconic figure in sustainable development advocacy and socioeconomic empowerment of the youth and marginalized. Her successful career path has connected her to renowned social communities such as Global Shapers Community (Kumasi Hub) under the World Economic Forum where she has spent a better part of her life as a Project Coordinator implementing sustainable livelihood projects for the disadvantaged and curbing “streetism” among those in the substratum.
Her exceptional leadership skills in service punctuate her firm belief in facilitating equal opportunities for the underprivileged in society as exemplified by her service at Opportunities Industrialization Center International (OICI). Gloria’s working philosophy conveys her deep sense of environmentalism. In this regard, she was honored as the President for Intellectual Decision on Environmental Awareness Solution (IDEAS) in KNUST in 2014. She is a valuable part of our team as the Programs Director overseeing the development, planning and execution of all our community-based programs. She pursued Renewable Natural Resource Management from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, Ghana.