Purity Bosson, Executive Director ( Founder):
Purity is a young motivational Speaker with key interest in youth development and empowerment. She believes that the young people are capable of leading, making positive impacts and changes.
She has worked with many non-governmental organizations in and outside Ghana and currently also working in Sky Petroleum Limited, an Oil Marketing Company to support the activities of Impact Generation.
Purity holds a Bachelor's degree in Sociology with Political Science from the University of Ghana and other professional qualifications in Human Resource Management and Project Management.
She was selected as a Ghana representative in the Milead Fellowship for Africa's 25 Most Outstanding Women Leaders in 2011.
Patrick Akanyedi - Finance Coordinator
Patrick graduated from the University of Ghana Business School with Accounting major. He is also currently sitting for ACCA and has already passed the part 1. He has great passion for youth and has been very supportive in the building up of the organization.
Impact Generation has the capability of carrying out this important project very successfully. With its passionate, dedicated and willing team organizing the activities of the project will not be a problem. Impact Generation has gathered experience over the years serving young people and is always excited and willing to continue serving.
Emmanuel Kwaboni - Programs Coordinator
He is an educationist with a Diploma in Basic Education and a Diploma in Management Studies from St. Francis College of Education and the University of Cape Coast respectively. Due to his passion for work and serving humanity, he rose through the ranks of Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) which is also affiliated to the International Labour Organisation and Education International as School Representative - Asutsuare Estate D/A JHS, Local Secretary - Osudoku Local, Dangme West District Youth Co-ordinator and the Acting Regional Youth Co-ordinator of the Greater Accra Region. He has enormous experience in the initiation of youth centered projects for youth empowerment. He is a team player and contributed highly to the implementation of the GNAT Youth Policy. He represented the youth on several committees and participated in a number conferences, workshops and seminars like 63rd Annual New Year School on Oil and Gas organised by the University of Ghana, Legon, Voices of Youth conference organised by YES - Ghana, UNDP and Crossing Borders. Currently, he is teaching ICT and Social Studies at Asutsuare Estate D/A J.H.S of the Ghana Education Service and a final year student of the University of Cape Coast pursuing Post Diploma in Management Studies by Distance Education.
Genevieve Mensah, Communications/Content Manager:
Ms. Genevive has great passion for young people and has contributed immensely towards the development of young people through Impact Generation
She is the current Vice President of the University of Ghana Medical School and in her 5th year. She has carried out several projects, research and had great exposure and experiences in her field. Genevieve has an excellent command of the English language and French, in addition to fluency in the three Ghanaian local dialects namely Twi, Fante and Nzema.
Her love for writing made her assume the position of editor in Chief of the Medical School Magazine whilst in her fourth year.
Ebenezer Adu-Nyarko,Youth Coordinator:
He was the immediate past President of the University Of Ghana School Of Pharmacy, a position he assumed due to his hardwork and dedication to students. Ebenezer holds an HND in Pharmacy Technology and has for 2 years worked successfully with Vicdoris Pharmaceuticals as a Medical Representative. He has successfully coordinated the carrying out of Anti- Malaria Projects, Breast Cancer and many research works.
He has participated in several research activities for many organizations including the USAID.
Homawoo Baryona, Working Group
He is a product of Ghana School of Social Work with a Diploma in Social Work MESW – DSW and a Diploma in Marketing from Institute of Commercial Management (UK). He was the coordinating secretary of NUGS and GUPS. He is also a member of Social Workers Union and the officer in charge of Validation and Monitoring of LEAP Program at the Social Welfare Headquarters which was funded by the World Bank, United State and the GoG. Due to his professionalism in Social work he was selected to help in a Research on Disability and Community Care by University of Manitoba, Canada. Currently he is a Social Development Assistant at the Social Welfare Headquarters, Accra.
Impact Generation youth clinic provides a platform to find answers to all mind bothering issues and challenges youth face. Will be launched soon.Watch out!