Poh Ted Ang, Co-Founder of Hexcel
Poh Ted Ang has more than 30 years of experience as an Entrepreneur, Networker, Speaker, Coach, Trainer and Facilitator in the area of inspiring human excellence. He is the Co-Founder of Hexcel, a company that pioneered personal and leadership development training in Malaysia since 1986.
Poh Ted Ang is an active Volunteer Leader and he is also the Founder of the World of Presidents, a non-profit organization created to promote the spirit of volunteerism and leadership in volunteer organizations. He received his Degree in Master of Business Administration from the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia and Diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, U.K.
Poh is the first Canfield Certified Trainer - The Success Principles in Malaysia and Borneo. A committed Lifetime Learner. He is on a Mission to "Helping People Succeed through creating Multiple Sources of Income” through an on-going Personal & Leadership Development Training, sharing Business Ideas, Concepts & Opportunities to "Create Positive Change”. (2017)
Awo Aidam Amenyah, Executive Director, J Initiative
Awo Aidam Amenyah is credited with leading the process to the development of the draft Ghana Gender Education Policy for the Coalition. She is noted for organizing successful campaigns for alternative forms of classroom management in schools. She together with her team developed the Positive Discipline Pack. Skills developed over the period include advocacy in policy formulation, reform and implementation, non-profit management and leadership, community mobilization and grassroots engagement, presentation, and media engagement, and direct psycho-social support to survivors of gender-based violence and People living with HIV/AIDS.
Since 2013, Awo has been at the forefront of the call on government and other stakeholders to put in place measures to safeguard children within the cyberspace. She has considerable knowledge in Child Protection Implementation Standards, gender mainstreaming and interacts well with children. She has facilitated platforms for engagement between state (government) and non-state (civil society) actors to influence policy and development decisions specifically related to education, violence against girls, child sexual exploitation (CSE) among others. Awo was a spokesperson for the Ghana Aid Effectiveness Forum. She made presentations on Child Online Protection at the Internet Society of Ghana Quarterly Meetings, at the Internet Governance Forums, Mobex 2015 and 2016, Social Media 360,Cyber Security Week 2016,2017, Industry Day in 2016 organized by GIFEC, Tech In Ghana confab, USTTI for Government officials, Recovery and Reintegration from Child Sexual Exploitation (Rise Learning Network) Africa Region working group meeting,.. She has produced a policy brief on child online protection in Ghana for the MFWA. She is a member of the National Child Online Protection Steering Committee. Her greatest passion is to see young people equipped with Knowledge in Digital Literacy and Safety and convenes SID Celebration every February since 2014.