Dr Theophilus Boafo-Yirenkyi is the CEO, founder and a trustee of Impact Next Gen. In 2018 he founded this organisation based on his passion to help disadvantaged kids in the deprived communities in Ghana.
Occupation – Quantitative Analysis Consultant of Pricing and Risk Management of Financial Derivatives, Investment Banking.
Theophilus holds a Mathematics and Computer Science degree from University of London, MBA from Middlesex University London and a Phd in Mathematical Finance and Statistics from the London School of Economics.
Mr David Aboagye is a trustee of Impact Next Gen with a strong passion to help disadvantaged kids in the deprived communities in Ghana.
Occupation – Banking Consultant
David holds a Bsc in Banking & Finance from University of Manchester. He is also a Member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers UK.
Mr Justin Adjirakor is a member of Impact Next Gen with a strong passion to help disadvantaged kids in the deprived communities of Ghana.
Occupation – Saxophonist & Management Consultancy.
Dr Melanie Boafo-Yirenkyi is a trustee of Impact Next Gen with a strong passion to help disadvantaged kids in the deprived communities of Ghana.
Melanie’s Medical qualifications include Bsc in Human Biology, MB ChB, MRCP and FRCR. In her spare time she works with the homeless in the UK, holds small clinics in Villages of Ghana, volunteers in UK schools as well as does community work in the UK.
Mr. Isaac K. Neequaye is a volunteer for Impact Next Gen and possesses a strong passion for utilizing his time and skills to assist kids in the deprived communities in Ghana.
Occupation – Isaac is an electrical engineer with broad experience in utilities, manufacturing and the oil and gas industry. Isaac holds a B. Eng degree in Electrical Engineering from the KNUST in Ghana, an M.A. in Marketing Strategy from the University of Ghana and a Professional Diploma in Oil & Gas Management from Lloyds Register in the UK.
Isaac has worked in roles spanning direct line responsibility to business development and currently consults in a variety of fields. Isaac is a keen amateur photographer and writer, skills he brings to bear on Impact Next Gen’s activities in Ghana.
Mrs Sybil Bawuah-Quashie CIHCM, is a trustee of Impact Next Gen. Sybil holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Housing Studies and a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Housing. She is very passionate about the fair distribution of wealth and resources and endeavours to reach out to the underprivileged both in the UK and Ghana in her quest to tackle some of the root causes of abject poverty and deprivation, in the hope of building thriving communities.
Occupation – Founder & CEO of Housing Dilemmas CIC in the UK
Sybil is the recipient of the 2023 Women in Housing, Profession of the Year – Independent Award and other community awards in recognition of her contribution in the prevention of homelessness in the UK.
Harriet Asantewa Pettifer is a trustee of Impact Next Gen and believes in the power of giving back to the community and feels that everyone deserves access to necessities, regardless of their location or circumstances. She is passionate about the deprived kids in rural communities of Ghana who often face numerous challenges due to a lack of resources and opportunities.
Occupation – Harriet is an interior designer with her own business. With a creative flair—She specialises in interior furnishing and interior decor.
She is very dedicated to supporting charities in deprived communities. As a volunteer, she works with organisations in Ghana to get aid to communities lacking access to education, healthcare and necessities such as clean water and food. Harriet also helps with the homeless in England as a volunteer at Christian Kitchen UK.