We are led (mostly) by who we are. If we are not who we are led by, we must ensure we are led by who we want to be or see.
Ato Ulzen-Appiah, Social Entrepreneur & Consultant
Ato Ulzen-Appiah is a (social) entrepreneur, consultant, social media influencer and blogger. He studied at MIT and Stanford in civil engineering and management disciplines. He’s the director at the GhanaThink Foundation which mobilizes and organizes talent for the primary benefit of Ghana. He’s a member of the Global Shapers Alumni, part of the World Economic Forum community. He has consulted for various organizations, including the World Bank. He worked at Rancard as product manager building new revenue services off its platform. He worked at Google as a program manager building sustainable tech communities in Africa. He speaks and has spoken at various international forums, including the World Bank Diaspora Trade Forum, African Business Conference at Harvard, and the World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town. He co-founded Museke.com -an African music website and blogs at mightyafrican.blogspot.com