Ghanaian business leaders keep securing international appointments.
The latest to join them is the Founder and CEO of software company, Soronko Solutions, Regina Honu.
Regina was named as one of two new members of board of trustees of AFS Intercultural Programs.
AFS is an exchange program organization that works with it involved high school students on exchanges and these exchanges were mainly bilateral between a country and the USA.
AFS’s mission to build a more just and peaceful world by developing active global citizens, globalizing schools and institutions, and expanding access to intercultural education.
Regina will be serving a three-year term on the board where she is expected to bring her specific know-how and skills to advance AFS’s mission.
Her background is tech and software solutions, and working with young girls to venture into the tech world and she is a passionate advocate for empowering girls and women in Ghana and throughout Africa.
She has received numerous recognitions, including being featured on CNN as one the inspirational women who rock STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths), honored among women making an impact in Tech in Africa, named as one of 10 female entrepreneurs to watch in emerging economies, awarded Young Entrepreneur of the year by the GPA Awards from Africa 2.0 and much more.
Regina is also an alumna of AFS study abroad programs. She moved to Norway in 2000 as part of the program.
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