Dr. Francis Ababio Gadigbe is a qualified clinical psychologist, an organizational development expert, and a researcher. He is currently the owner and CEO of St. Francis Healthcare Services, a certified nursing assistant training school in Renton, WA- USA. He is also the founder of Humanity for Peace, an international nonprofit organization registered in Washington State that supports all people and especially refugees in the war-torn countries in Africa to access health and education. Francis enjoys supporting and advocating for the less privileged in society especially on issues regarding women's and children’s health and education.
Mrs. Evelyn Serwah AHLI is an experienced banker with a first degree in Business Administration from the University of Ghana and an MBA from the Ghana Institute of Public Administration in Accra Ghana. She is currently a development and training consultant with Alkan Business Consult and an entrepreneur in Accra. She has a wide range of experience in managing both the front and back end of branch banking from account opening to managing general ledgers, training tellers etc. As a practical trainer on the job, and a role model for young bankers, her customer service skills and her ability to handle challenging customers is her hallmark. Evelyn has a passion for young children and the vulnerable in society and joined Sankofa for Peace to contribute in improving these vulnerable lives.
Evelyn is the founder and managing partner for Finance Retention LLC.Prior to this, she worked as Head of Operations for Zenith Bank Ghana, a position she held for 8years. She started her banking career from Ghana Commercial Bank and rose through the ranks of banking to her current position. She has been in the banking and finance industry for the past 15 years and has written on topics including foreign direct investments and its impact on the Ghanaian economy. She has independently consulted on business finance for Cosmos Schools Limited,Geemax Co Ltd, St Acheam 4 DVLA, Regal consult and the Methodist Church Ghana (Ashongman Circuit) and also a member of Chartered Institute of bankers-Ghana. Evelyn has a passion for the vulnerable in society especially children.
E. Louise Hoff is a rising college freshman and will be attending the University Of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Fall studying Health Policy and Management along with African, African-American, and Diaspora Studies. She has a passion for public health at the intersections and creating multifaceted wellness for vulnerable and minority populations.
Sankofa for Peace is a charity organization with 501(c)(3) and Tax-Deductible status which seeks to promote and support mental healthcare access and wellness for individuals and families, the homeless, refugees, and immigrants through service, charity, and advocacy.
Creating mental health access and wellness for the homeless, refugees, and migrants