Collins Asumadu Damptey~ Musician and a Producer
Born in 8th June 1981 in Ghana to the late Mr Adams Harrison Damptey and Madam Cecilia Asiedua
Collins attended A.M.E Zion Primary and Junior Secondary School. He then went to Koforidua Senior High School where he perused Agric Science. He then attended Presbyterian Training College Akropong-Akuapem where he attained his professional teachers’ certificate. Collins obtained Education degree from the University of Cape Coast. He is married with two children. He likes music (singing and writing) videography, video editing, music video director, like soccer.
Priscilla Aninnwaa Oware~ founder & President of the Centre for Active Citizenship and Leadership (CACL)
Priscilla has a wealth of experience in Social Enterprise and over a decade of experience in Office Administration. She has been with Toyota Ghana Company Limited for the past five years, first as a contract staff and later became a permanent staff. Before Toyota Ghana she was running her own Business in Printing She was also an Administrative Assistant for Prime Training and Development Consultants and Busy Me Consult.
She is currently pursuing a degree in Communication Studies at African University College of Communication with a major in Development Communication. She has volunteered and served in many capacities on both Local and National level in JCI Ghana She first joined JCI Accra Elite a Local Chapter in 2011 as a member, grew through the ranks by becoming the 2012 Local Secretary, 2013 Local Executive Vice President, 2014 Local President, 2015 National Vice President 2016 National Growth and Membership Director and 2017 National Executive Vice President. She was awarded most promising New Member 2012 and Best National Vice President 2015.
Priscilla Aninnwaa Oware is the founder and president of the Centre for Active Citizenship and Leadership (CACL), a non-profit organization driven by the desire to empower women into Political Leadership, Community leadership and Organizational Leadership. it also aspires to influence their participation in both local and international activities that will positively affect their lives. In October 2018, She was elected the 2019 JCI Ghana National President