- Bennet Brown
2. Theophilus Dorh
Theophilus Dorh is currently a level 200 student studying Biomedical Engineering at the University of Ghana. He loves music and is very passionate about the drums. He is quite the book worm who pounces on anything he can read. He is also very passionate about contributing to the community especially by empowering others through science and innovation. He believes in pushing oneself to the extreme to get things done, especially when it has to do with making other people’s lives better. Theo, is passionate about what Innovate Ghana stands for and is very excited to be a peer mentor.
3. Brian Amu Fleischer
Brian Amu Fleischer is currently a junior at Stanford University majoring in Human Biology and concentrating in Infectious Diseases in Child Health. He has vested interests in female empowerment and harnessing youthful innovative capital for social good. In 2013, Brian invented a wood ash powered generator for rural communities which won him a gold medal at the Intel Science and Tech fair. At Stanford, Brian is an undergraduate research assistant investigating the role specific gene products play in hopes of better understanding the host-pathogen interactions in Malaria infection. He is the lead facilitator of the High Schools Challenge as well as a peer mentor.
Mabel Bein is a final year student at the University of Ghana, Legon studying sociology and Geography. In 2014, she was crowned Miss Teen Ghana. She is a social media guru especially when it comes to using it in canvassing support for a good cause. She considers relationship building as vital tool. Mabel is a model team player and has the specialty in team building and facilitating. She is also involved in school leadership as she is currently the head of the Central Planning Committee of Jean Nelson Aka Hall, Legon. This year, as a peer mentor her goal is to facilitate ethics building in community service.
5. Charles Arday
Charles Arday AKA Skipper is a second year student at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology, currently studying Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering. A zealous and passionate gentlemen who would through the storm to get things done. Also, Charles is a co-founder of Angels Project ,a youth driven organization aimed at championing social issues and raising awareness affecting the youth .Currently, Skipper is working on a database for Ghanaian hospitals. Main objective is to develop a database to keep patients’ health records, other important documents and to make patients health record more accessible to Doctors all over the country
Richmond Chris-Koka is a final year student at University of Ghana, offering a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science.
Richmond is passionate about leadership, technology and innovation. He’s currently the President of the International Movement of Catholic Students (IMCS) Pax Romana, University of Ghana Chapter.
He’s in charge of the Innovate Ghana Media team as well as a Peer Mentor. His goal as a peer mentor is to make participants understand the concepts of Computational Thinking which is fundamental for problem solving in our world today.
7. Kwadwo Agyarko
Kwadwo Agyarko is a second year student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and technology where he majors in Electrical Engineering. He is an avid reader and a writer and is passionate about contributing to society through community service. He is the founder of Adikanfo Incorporated, a youth based think tank that does not only generate solutions to social issues but also seeks to imbue in the youth, a sense of nationalism. Via Adinkanfo Inc., Kwadwo has led several campaigns to to create awareness of social issues concerning childrens rights and literacy and has been featured in a number of motivational talks in some primary schools. A former participant of the competition himself, he believes that Innovate Ghana empowers students to "ideate" and develop innovative solutions to Ghana's problems.
8. Silas Asamoah Bempong
Silas Asamoah Bempong is a third year mechanical engineering student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and technology. Silas can be described as a tech savvy and blogger who follows modern trends in cars, camera, artificial intelligence, robotics and smartphone tech. In 2014, Silas generated biodiesel from palm kernel oil which won him 2nd place at the National STMIE in Tamale. In KNUST, he is the vice president of the Africa Technology Forum, a collaboration between Massachusetts Institut
Annor Peter recently ended his national service as a teaching assistant at the Department of Biomedical Engineering, University of Ghana. He has keen interest in developing cutting edge technology that tackles basic healthcare needs for the rural setting. Just some few months ago, his senior year capstone team representing University of Ghana participated in the Global Health Undergraduate Challenge at Rice University, USA. Peter plays the role of a mentor and is proud to be associated with the Innovate Ghana team.