Ghana Compact Partners

Compact Leadership Group

Composed of well-meaning Ghanaians from different backgrounds and experiences, the Ghana Compact Leadership Group has been set up to frame the values and visions that will be the foundation for crafting Ghana’s economic and political transformation. The group serve as ambassadors for the Ghana Compact and lead discussions and public engagements on the Ghana we want.

Hajia Lamnatu Adam

Executive Director of Songtaba

Lamnatu Adam is a development practitioner with over 20 years’ experience in gender and human rights activism. She is focused on empowering marginalized populations such as women, children and the disabled. Currently, she runs Songtaba- an NGO that helps women acquire the skills required to earn an income and live independently and sustainably.

Sardia Mould

Chief Executive Director of Savannah International Academy

Sardia manages the Savannah International Academy, an institution which runs a special curriculum modelled to make children solve problems. Primarily established to bridge the education gap between the northern regions of Ghana and the south, SIA is a driver of the development agenda for northern Ghana and the entire country.

Senyo Hosi

Former CEO of Chamber of Bulk Oil Distributors

Mr. Hosi is a finance and economic policy analyst with management experience across varying industries including downstream petroleum and commodity trading. He serves on various boards including the Ghana Highways Authority Board and Ghana’s Ministry of Energy’s Ministerial Advisory Board. In 2016, he received the Oil and Gas Personality of the year award by the Offshore Africa Magazine.

Christabel Dadzie

Senior Social Protection Specialist at the World Bank

An international development specialist with extensive experience in economic development, Christabel works with the World Bank and manages the Ghana portfolio to promote social inclusion and end extreme poverty. Upon returning to Ghana, she founded Ahaspora to support returnee transition. From 12 members at inception, Ahaspora has grown to over 1800 members.

Farida Bedwei

Software Engineer, Disability Rights Advocate

Farida is a software engineer known for her knowledge of software architecture and deploying mobile services, particularly for banking applications. Farida is also an author and a disability-rights advocate and has won local and international awards and was adjudged the most influential woman in business and governance (finance sector) for her work in computerizing the microfinance industry.

Rev. Charles Owusu Ampofo

Senior Pastor of Victory Baptist Church

A fervent man of God, Rev. Ampofo heads the Victory Baptist, a religious organization under the umbrella of the Ghana Baptist Convention. This popular church seeks to draw people closer to God and help disciple them for the Kingdom of God.

Nana Okofo Amoako Bondam III

Paramount Chief of Enyan Maim Traditional Area

Okofo Amoako Bondam III a.k.a. Dr. E.K Andoh is an experienced population economist who retired from the International Labor Organization in 2004. Over the years, Dr. Andoh has developed considerable competency in international and industrial relations, conflict management and dispute resolution, always upholding and advancing the principles of social justice, equity, and good governance.

Andrews Atta-Asamoah

Senior Research Fellow, Institute for Security Studies

Dr Atta-Asamoah joined the ISS in 2019 as a Senior Research Fellow working on the African Peace and Security Dialogue Project. Before taking up this position, he was a member of the UN’s Panel of Experts on South Sudan. Andy has a PhD in political studies from the University of Cape Town.

Lolan Sagoe-Moses


Lolan Ekow Sagoe-Moses is a lawyer with expertise spanning litigation, arbitration, regulatory compliance, and investigations, primarily relating to fraud, anti-bribery and anti-corruption.In addition to his legal work, Lolan is an open governance activist dedicated to improving transparency and the rule of law in Africa. His personal mission is to bring effective governance closer to Africa’s people by advocating for African governments that are accountable to the people they serve.

Golda Addo


Golda Addo is a Strategist & Project Advisor for businesses looking to develop in the areas of Monitoring & Evaluation, Communications and Policies and Structures. She also consults for various foreign donors, CSOs and international projects. She also runs a non-profit for supporting youth and female welfare and leadership development - called SHE Aid.

David Ofosu-Dorte

Senior Partner, AB&David

David’s experience cuts across construction projects, project finance, the power sector, and public-private partnerships (PPPs). In addition to law, David also holds master’s degrees in public administration and in Applied Business Research and is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (UK).

Stephen Kwaku Asare


Prof. Kwaku Asare is currently the KPMG Professor at the Fisher School of Accounting, University of Florida, where he teaches Attestation, Managerial and Financial Reporting, and Forensic Accounting. His research has appeared in Accounting, Law, Behavioral Decision Theory and Psychology Journals. Professor Asare is also a legal practitioner and a member of the Florida Bar Association.

Ogyeahohoo Yaw Gyebi

President, National House of Chiefs

Ogyeahohoo Yaw Gyebi is a Ghanaian traditional ruler and Paramount Chief of Sefwi Anhwiaso traditional area. He is currently the president of Western Region House of Chiefs. He became the president of the National House of Chiefs on November 12, 2020.