Board Members

Mr. Joseph Hewton
Mr. Joseph K. Hewton, affectionately called “Uncle Ebo” serves as the board chairman of SASL. He is an astute businessman and the Managing and the managing director if Johaze Limited a road construction company based in Accra and operating in the Central and Ashanti regions of Ghana. He is the chairman if the association of road contractors (ASROC)

Bishop Davis John Freeman

Bishop Davis Freeman is the National director of Christian life centre (CLC), an affiliated church of CLC Sydney, Australia. Bishop Freeman is an ardent church planter and a much sought after speaker. He was the president of the Ghana council of Gospel churches and the initiator and founder of Sinapi Aba.

Mr. John Kwame Koduah

John is a solicitor and barrister at law (LLB, BL). He is the CEO of Twere Nyame chambers, Kumasi. He is a renowned lawyer and apolitical figure. John serves as a legal advisor and board secretary to Sinapi Aba. He is a devoted Christian, a preacher and the founder of the Church of Divine love.

Dr. Mrs. Dorothy Danso

She is currently the national president of Women’s Aglow fellowship international, an international trans-denominational organization of Christian women. She is an astute and distinguished trade unionist with over three decade experience. She possesses excellent leadership and managerial skills for developing women and equipping poor entrepreneurs with business developing skills.

Mrs. Theodosia Jackson

Mrs. Jackson is the co-founder and the director of Jackson College of Education, the only college in Ghana offering Diploma in Basic Education by distance learning. She is an educationist and a renowned counsellor with over thirty five (35) years experience both in Ghana and abroad. She is a former headmistress of Kumasi High School and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Junior Secondary School.  She is a board member of SOS Ghana and is into women and youth life transformation ministry. Theodosia is a Christian and a lay preacher.

Dr. Mrs. Ernestina Fredua Antoh

Dr. Mrs. Ernestina Fredua Antoh is a sociologist and a senior research fellow/lecturer at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). Her professional experience includes general extension services for development, gender, microfinance and development. Her interest in gender led her to research into women’s organizations in Ghana. Her Doctor of Philosophy research was on microfinance impact on human capital development of beneficiaries, majority of who are women. She has supervised several research works on various topics and at various levels. Dr. Mrs. Ernestina Fredua Antoh is a mentor and committed to transforming lives.”

Mr. K. K. Asiamah

Mr. Asiamah is a Chartered Accountant and experienced banker. He is a part-time lecturer at the Chartered institute of banking. He worked with Sinapi Aba Trust as an executive director for three years to help transform the lives of many disadvantaged Ghanaian.

Mrs. Mary Ansong

Mrs. Mary Ansong is a renowned educationist. She was the former headmistress of Yaa Asantewaa Girls’s Secondary school. Kumasi. Through her hard work, the school became one of the best in the country. Currently, she is a board member of Amantin/ Kasei community bank.

Mr. Kwasi Attah Antwi

He is the director of the Rural Enterprise projects in Ghana. Kwasi has been involved with the transformation of the low income and the disadvantaged through microfinance delivery. He has vast experience in the area of human and community development.

Stefan Knüppel

Stefan is a seasoned economist and has worked extensively in Europe where he supported trade networks. Over the years he has dedicated his services to reducing poverty in developing countries.

Tony Fosu

Tony Fosu is an astute microfinance practitioner. He holds an Executive MBA and a Post Graduate Diploma in Business Administration GIMPA. Tony also holds a BSc in Agricultural  Economics from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi. As a team leader, Tony has employed his institutional planning and management expertise to restructure the organisation to make it more dynamic, efficient and effective on its operations.

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