Eirene Quainoo is a highly experienced lawyer with over 31 years of experience. She has an MBA in Business Administration and worked in private legal practice for 7 years. She then joined Absa Bank Ghana Limited and served in various capacities, including Head of Legal and Company Secretary, Head of Risk Advisory Services. She retired from the Bank in April 2020 and now consults for Hayibor, Djarbeng and Co, a private law firm in Accra.
Aso Wusu Ansah
Aso Wusu Ansah, formerly an Associate Director at Ernst & Young, now leads Consultancy Fields Limited, a Strategy & Transaction Advisory Firm. With over 20 years of experience across various sectors in Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Cote D’ivoire, The Gambia, South Africa, and the United Kingdom, she specialises in business valuation, financial due diligence, capital raising, feasibility studies, financial modeling, and more. Aso holds an MBA in Finance from Manchester Business School, U.K., and is a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (FCCA). She is also a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ghana and holds a BCom degree from the University of Cape Coast.
Professor Ato Essuman
Professor Ato Essuman, a distinguished educator, is the founding Dean of the Faculty of Education and Entrepreneurship (FEE) at the Methodist University Ghana. He currently serves as the Dean of the School of Research and Graduate Studies and Professional Development. With over three decades of public service, he held key roles in the Ministry of Education, including Director of the Funds and Procurement Management Unit (FPMU), Coordinator for Development Partners in education, and Chief Director.
In addition to his government service, Professor Essuman has a rich corporate background, working with Nestlé, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and TechnoServe Incorporated. He also has experience in entrepreneurship and serves as the 20th Chairman of the West African Examinations Council and chairs the Board of Donewell Insurance Limited. He is a three-term member of the Council of State of Ghana and a former Lay President of the Methodist Church Ghana Conference.
Romeo Bugyei is the CEO of IT Consortium, with over 30 years of executive leadership experience in consulting, insurance, and technology. He has played a pivotal role in transforming companies across various sectors, including management consulting, insurance, education, and finance. Under his leadership, IT Consortium has become a prominent Financial Technology (FinTech) firm in Ghana and beyond. Romeo is a Fintech expert advocating for digitization in the financial ecosystem and actively promoting financial inclusion. He currently chairs the Governing Council of the Technology Chamber of Ghana. His educational background includes a BSc in Computer Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, an MSc in Computer Science and Applications with a focus on Process Reengineering from Shanghai University Technology, PRC, and a Certificate in Design Thinking from Stanford University.