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Mr. Martin Yeboah is a product of Amherst College Massachusetts with a degree in Economics and MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He is a strong advocate of developing and nurturing the youth with entrepreneurial spirit.
He has worked in structured and unstructured business environments and by so doing has gathered experience and insights from the corporate world and what it takes to be a game-changing entrepreneur. Mr. Yeboah’s experience spans from finance through marketing to strategy. His skills and talent have touched “fortune 500” companies across the globe: United Technology, AT&T, DEC, USA, US African Development Foundation. As the Group Team Leader at USADF, Ghana he spearheaded the transformation and market-linked many SMEs in Ghana – believes that SMEs must be supported not only through financial props but technical injections to drive economic growth.
He later became the Supply Chain and Facilities Manager for the first Upstream Oil and Gas Company in Ghana, Kosmos Energy, based in Dallas, Texas.
He spent solid 20 years of his life bringing top-notch students and professionals from the US to Africa. Students from Harvard Business and Medical Schools, Columbia Business, UMich, Kellogg School, MIT, the Wharton School, Yale, Duke Fuqua, Cornell, Cal Berkeley to countries like South Africa, Ghana, the Ivory Coast, Kenya, Senegal and Zimbabwe. The professional groups are National Bar Association, National Nurses Association, The Black Executive Agency of NYC, Churches, Social Workers and many professional groups from North America. Martin always looks for opportunities that could spark and hone developmental thinking in Africa.
He organized the First Homecoming Summit for Ghana in 2000 followed by the Sierra Leone Homecoming in 2003 in Freetown. Presently, he is creating a platform that will link and network entire African professionals. He has also a chain of businesses spanning from Education, Food & Hospitality, among others.