Darrold Cordes – Project Director
Darrold holds a Bachelor of Technology Degree (Electronic Engineering) for the University of Adelaide and Graduate Diploma in Mathematics from what is now the University of South Australia.
His involvement in West Africa stems from observations made during many visits to the region on the condition of public infrastructure, health care services, education and employment. He is of the view that changes can be made to develop sustainable business models in agribusiness, manufacturing and associated industries that will drive significant economic growth in the future.
The Funding Ghana Graduates Today initiative was inspired by the lack of meaningful job opportunities and role models to motivate the many unemployed graduates of Ghana to become self-employed.
Paul Sefah – Project Liaison
Paul attended Junior High School in Jamasi from which he graduated in 2003. He then went on to Adisadel College in Cape Coast from 2004-2007.
Paul graduated in 2012 from the University of Ghana with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in psychology. His studies covered psychology, political science and Spanish.
Upon graduation, he fulfilled his national service obligation at the Tema Oil Refinery (TOR), Ghana’s only oil refinery. He spent one year as a personnel assistant in the Human Resource Department.