Ann Obeng-Ababio is an astute professional with broad and varied International HR experience. Ann heads the HR department at Access Bank PLC and its African Subsidiaries. Ann also has notable experience working in top specialist positions with esteemed organizations such as the African Development Bank (AFDB), Cadbury Ghana ltd, the International Federation of Women Lawyers, and the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre. Ann loves different cultures and enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.
Anne Sackey is a multi-faceted marketing professional with more than 20 years of experience within her field. She has developed marketing strategies and audience engagement strategies for esteemed clients such as DSTV (Multichoice) and Carsons Products ( Dark & Lovely product ranges and more) in West Africa. She also has an extensive background in CSR. She was also nominated as Multichoice Best Overall PR Exec in Africa 2008-2009. She is also an active member of VITAL VOICES GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP – WOMEN MENTORING WOMEN.
Isaac Neequaye has an extensive background in engineering, business consultancy, and management. In 2015, Isaac was part of the National Development Planning Commission, where he contributed to the restructuring, updating, and general review of Ghana's National Infrastructure Plan, which guides the provision of infrastructure projects and services in Ghana for the next 30 years within the context of the 40-year long-term plan (2017-2057). Currently, Isaac works as a private electrical engineering consultant and is one of the new members of the Nubuke Foundation's Board. In his spare time, Isaac is a keen amateur photographer whose current projects include a few photography coffee-table books and collecting material for a Ghana-focused stock image service.
Tutu is the Managing Partner at Nubuke Investments, which he founded in 2007. The FSA registered asset management firm focuses solely on Africa. Previously, Tutu had a 21-year career with UBS Investment Bank holding a number of senior positions, most recently as the Head of European Emerging Markets and a member of the Investment Bank Board. He is also the co-Chair of the African Acquisition Committee at the Tate Modern Museum in London.
Odile graduated from the University of Ghana in 1986 and worked in various positions with banking software group Misys, before managing the IT operations of Ghana International Bank in London. After setting up her own art gallery, Black Swan, in the English capital, Odile worked with several Ghanaian, Togolese and Nigerian artists, to promote their work. A founding member and director of Nubuke Foundation, Odile is passionate about providing alternative opportunities for children wanting to learn about Ghanaian culture. Odile says, "The Foundation is concerned by the erosion of our culture and I believe it's necessary to protect the very essence of what makes us Ghanaian - something which will always set us apart."