The Global Shapers Community is a network of Hubs developed and led by young people who are exceptional in their potential, their achievements and their drive to make a contribution to their communities.
Ama Frimpomaa Adjei Ayim is an IT Specialist & an entrepreneur with over six years working experience in the Web Application Development & E-commerce Industry.
She is a Co-Founder and the Global Media & Public Relations Director for Kairos Ladies Network (KLANET), an NGO made up of professional ladies engaged in mentoring, coaching and empowering young girls in Senior High Schools to make meaningful contributions to their communities through agribusiness and entrepreneurship. She led the efforts in establishing mentoring relations with over 550 school girls in Ho & school gardens in 3 different community schools in Ho.
Frimpomaa holds a BSc. Information Technology from Methodist University College Ghana & she is also a Champion for Change Leader in Agriculture, an award presented by AfricaLead/USAID.
She was recently awarded a scholarship to participate in the Advanced Information Communication Technology Training (AICTT) in the Gambia, an opportunity to advance her theoretical and practical knowledge in ICT.
The aim of the Camp was to bridge the digital divide through capacity building in the ECOWAS Sub-Region.
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