Nana is a Ghanaian Social Entrepreneur helping female Agribusiness founders and women farmers to make impact. She is currently the President of Direct Impact Foundation (an organisation that seeks to bridge the wide gap between rural and urban education) and the initiator of Guzakuza, a social enterprise that empowers young women to create jobs, wealth and food security.
Through Guzakuza, she has inspired and nurtured over 7,000 young women from 30 countries to build game-changing Agribusinesses in Africa.
The ‘Ignite’ programme, which she leads, is bringing female Agribusiness founders together from across the African continent and helping the displaced to be equipped to build resilient Agribusinesses.
The programme has also provided opportunities and served as a platform for Women in Agribusiness, particularly female Agribusiness founders to be educated, nurtured and empowered to build sustainable food businesses.