Mr. Edward Effah founded Fidelity Group in October 1998 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. Mr. Effah serves as Chairman of Fidelity Bank Ghana Ltd. (Also known as Fidelity Bank Limited). He served as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of Fidelity Bank Limited. He has over 20 years experience as a Senior Finance Executive.
David Asante-Apeatu (born 15 August 1957) is a Ghanaian forensic specialist and police officer. As of February 2017, he is the current acting Inspector General of Police (IGP) of the Ghana Police Service
Robin Spierings is a product owner and a business and agile coach on a mission to deliver better products faster and improving the world a bit everyday.
A pragmatic outcome driven Enterprise Portfolio consultant with strong interpersonal skills, allowing effective communication with all levels of the organization.
Alex Bram co-founded a company we now call Hubtel and has been at it since. As CEO, he’s had the opportunity of working with some of the best local talents to re-fix how businesses in Africa connect with consumers.
Ashwin is an Interactive Designer/Developer, specializing in UI/UX. His expertise spans engineering, research, and web development. He began as a tech fellow at MEST now leads the MEST incubator in Ghana.
Patrick is known globally as an Agile Transformation and Business Agility expert. Patrick has extensive experience working at both executive and team level in Banking, Wealth Management, Fintech & Manufacturing.
Cecil Senna Nutakor is a leading authority on the use of technology for self-paced education in Ghana. Combining a mix of self taught technology innovation skills and professional business development training.
Yolanda Zoleka Cuba CA(SA), is a transformational and accomplished business leader, who is widely regarded across the African continent. Her career extends over several reputable industries.
A senior international executive with over 25 years’ experience living and working in multiple countries in Africa (Cote D’Ivoire, Kenya, Mauritius, Morocco, Senegal, Uganda and now Ghana).