Tebah Educational Initiative




Alexander Yanyi-Ampah has over 10 years industry experience in Internal and External Audit, Internal Control Process Improvement, Not for Profit Audit, Tax Consultancy and Fraud Investigation. He is an advisor at VAYA LLC, MALEX Advisory and a Senior Consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Boston. He holds an MBA in Forensic Accounting and Fraud Investigation from Southern New Hampshire University, USA.

Secretary and Online Coordinator

Constance Ahmed

Constance Ahmed is a graduate from the University of Ghana with a degree in Banking and Finance. She desires to further her education abroad. She works for partner Empomart, an all-in-one e-commerce system with e-education which provides a platform for businesses and individuals to trade. She serves as Secretary and Online Coordinator for Tebah Educational Initiative (TEI). She also serves as the Secretary and Treasurer for the Ahlullah Charity Organization and T.E.I YPG. Prior to joining the officers team at T.E.I, Constance was a member of our LEAD programs and mentorship and online program, with numerous awards from the organization. She’s passionate about helping the youth in her community and the needy.


Eunice Afua Amankwah holds a bachelor’s degree in development studies from the University of Development Studies. She is the founder and director of GLIMS foundation, a nonprofit organization supporting vulnerable women and girls in deprived communities to achieve their full potential. As a development-oriented young woman, she is passionate about improving the lives of vulnerable women and girls, ensuring that they have access to opportunities that will assist them to eradicate poverty from their lives leading to a fulfilled life without fear of violence. “I believe in women and girls’ empowerment, and I know that when women are empowered, their families benefit, and this benefit have ripple effects on future generations.” 
Marketing Officer

Sally Aba Assifuah

Sally Aba Assifuah is a student at the University of Ghana pursuing her undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering. She has a passion for bringing joy to others through humor. She finds solace in the sea and takes pleasure in good cuisine. She has a knack for discovering simpler methods to accomplish tasks. She has a keen interest in fashion and graphic design. Her ultimate goal is to make her family happy and to contribute positively to society.



Linda Dede Nyanya Incoom is a seasoned journalist, development communications professional, and business development professional with over 10 years of work experience gained from working with both public and private media. She is currently the Business Development and Administrative Executive at GS1 Ghana, a non-profit international standards organization with headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. She also serves as secretary to the Management Board of GS1 Ghana. Linda is a member of the Ghana Journalist Association (GJA) and the Institute of Packaging, Ghana (IOPG). She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Development Communications and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications (Public Relations), both from the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ). She looks forward to leveraging her experience to help mentor the beneficiary students of TEI towards the realization of its goals and mission.