Mr. Tsonam Akpeloo has over eight years’ experience as an entrepreneur and business leader. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Suku Technologies Limited and the co-founder of Techcom Visions Limited, a leading IT solutions firm in Ghana. His company created Eduboost project, which has allowed world class IT facilities to be built in schools. Tsonam has a huge passion for social and community impact initiatives. Among others, he is a champion of Africa 2.0 and serves on the board of ‘Seek To Save Foundation’ and the Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiatives. He is a global shaper and the founding curator of the Ho Hub of the World Economic Forum.

An alumnus of the African Liberty Academy and Diplo Foundation, Tsonam received his Business and Entrepreneurship professional training at the Clark Atlanta University Business School, in Atlanta, USA where he also became a lean Six Sigma. He completed the Stanford SEED Programme of Stanford Graduate Business School of Business. He holds a Masters in Economic Policy Management (EPM) and a BA in Economics and Political Science both at the University of Ghana, Legon. He also has a post-graduate training in Management Information Systems (MIS) from Ghana Technology University. Mr. Akpeloo received part of his education in Jungian Psychology from the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, Gavle University, Sweden. In addition, he has a diploma in Financial Management from CIM-UK.


Terry Mante is a business development consultant who has worked on market research, strategy, branding, corporate, capacity building as well as PR and communications projects for clients in diverse fields.

Terry provides inspiration and challenge to add value to organizations and position individuals to function effectively.

He conducts corporate training sessions on customer service, strategic management, leadership and more. He is a trusted adviser to leaders in business, governance and ministry.

His motivational and personal development write-ups are prominent on various press and online platforms. He is the author of several books including Leader Sense, Empowerment and All-round Communication.

He is founder of The Accra Hub and business development consultant at Terry Mante Exchange (TMX).


Nkweleko Fankam Falone is a young Cameroonian from the university of Buea with an MSc in Epidemiology and control of infectious diseases, passionate in coordinating diverse efforts to archive greater results. She has over 5 years’ experience working in the development sector through different interventions all geared towards joining efforts in attaining the SDGs and Agenda 2063 goals. She believes young people have the right to information and skills to make themselves and the society a better place for all. She is the Country coordinator of UCP-SARnet Cameroon- amplifying efforts to reach out to the youthful population with knowledge on the Agenda 2063 and the SDGs.


The director (chairlady) University Community for Social Action Research Network Africa (UCP-SARnet), Kenya is also the co-founder Gladtech International Limited. I am a middle-aged Kenyan who is more indulged in youth affairs. I am motivated by the personal experiences I have had within Kenya in the life specs of a typical youth in Kenya.


Musonda Mubanga will be spearheading Zambia’s UCP-SARnet activities. She acquired her Master of Science in Epidemiology, and has since worked in the academia arena and currently serving as a lecturer at the University of Lusaka. Previously, she worked in the research field working with different organizations. She contributed to the growth of the organizations through data collection and manipulation as well as providing insightful conclusions and recommendations from data collected. Musonda is a go getter, and enjoys working in challenging environment. She hopes to improve the world through education and applied research. She believes that the works of UCP-SARnet Zambia and the partnerships of universities that will be formed will provide a better tomorrow for our youths.