MamiSerwaa Amoakohene

MamiSerwaa believes in a world where men, women and children operate in confidence and in their abilities. MamiSerwaa brings to the board her passion for people and business development. As curator of “Finding the Person Called Me,” a self-discovery program and workbook she has been working with individuals to build their self-awareness and put together a game plan to start living the life they desire. Her life’s mission is to work with individuals and businesses who want to push themselves to do more by drawing inward to express, build and grow. She currently works with Ghana Enterprises Agency as the Project Coordinator for the Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship component under the GEA/Mastercard Foundation Young Africa Works Project.

Prince Adu-Appiah

Prince is a Leader, a Speaker, a Development Worker, an Entrepreneur and a Tech Consultant with a passion to raise leaders and help eradicate poverty in Africa. He is Founder and CEO of 1Billion Africa ( – a nonprofit movement that inspires and empowers Africa’s youth to find problems in their communities and turn them into projects.

Having discovered his passion for Africa, true Leadership, and love for humanity at age 18, Prince began building capacity by serving the underprivileged through volunteerism, while investing time in youth empowerment. In 10 years, he has led over 45 teams, spoken to 35,000+ people in 10 countries, and attracted many local and global honours.

Prince is a certified Myles Munroe mentee, a 2-time TEDx Speaker, a 2017 Kumvana Fellow, a 2016 Brightest Young Minds alumnus, an Ashoka Changemakers Scholar, and an Associate Fellow at the Royal Commonwealth Society. He holds an MA from the University of Ghana Business School in Organizational Leadership & Corporate Governance and is happily married to Georgia and with a son, Myles.

Naa Ayorks Aryeetey

Naa Ayorkor Aryeetey is an easy going person who loves to see young people be the best version of themselves. She is a medical doctor by profession and also has a certificate in Early Childhood Education. Being an active member of World Merit Ghana in the early days of her medical practice gave her a wealth of experience in child right advocacy . As a person who is passionate about the delivery of quality health care, she was a member of the Global Task Force that partnered with World Merit Cameroon to enable young people have access to locally produced hand sanitizers. Naa is inspired by the energy and commitment with which MTW is impacting the lives of young people and is glad to be part of the team

Chris Eley

Chris joined the board of trustees in July 2020. Chris had an 11 year teaching career where he undertook a number of pastoral roles and most recently worked as an Assistant Headteacher and Director of Sixth Form in a school in Hertfordshire. Chris is passionate about innovative, inclusive and skills focussed education.

Chris is currently Senior Programme Manager at the Peter Jones Foundation where he leads national programmes of enterprise and entrepreneurship throughout schools and colleges within the UK. His role allows him to assist students in starting up their own businesses through a mixture of skills based learning and financial support.

Abigail Bulley

Abigail joined the board in July 2020. She brings a wealth of experience from the not-for-profit and public sectors having worked in business and service development for over 17 years. Currently a Director at a community development trust in Greenwich with a focus on developing Commercial and Philanthropic Partnerships, she is committed to supporting work that gives people the space and support to see and develop the unique skills and talents that they have; work that ignites potential and empowers people to live their best lives.
A proud Ghanaian, Abigail is truly inspired by Move The World and the creative dynamism it brings to education and sustainable development in an evermore interconnected world

Kellie Lucas

Kellie passionately believes in the power of people, connection and community. She spends her professional, personal and charitable time supporting individuals and teams to become their true authentic, genuine and powerful selves. She was Director of a child’s rights anti-trafficking/anti-slavery Ghanaian NGO, living in Ghana, when she met Claire and was delighted to be asked to join the Board of Trustees on her return to the UK in 2018. She is inspired daily by the energy, commitment and authenticity of the MTW team in the UK and Ghana. In particular, she is in awe of the loyalty, partnerships and development their presence and programmes inspire in every single person, school and community they touch. Alongside being a Trustee for Move the World, Kellie is an author, consultant, coach and mentor specialising in the evolving business imperative of Customer Success, which she believes will result in the world doing better business and being authentic and powerful global citizens.

Emmanuel Mumuni

Emmanuel Mumuni is a Digital Economy Advisor and the National Coordinator of ‘Make-IT in Africa’ under GIZ Ghana. As an entrepreneurship ecosystem builder, he believes in the potential of entrepreneurship in achieving many of the SDG goals.

Emmanuel previously worked as the Ghana Director of Move the World and saw the beginning of the Get Global Programme in Ghana. The most compelling SDG goals to him are goals 1, 4, 5 & 8.

The Get Global Programme brings the global citizen out of every engaged person. Students, facilitators, teachers, programme directors and Papa Moses are all impacted in a profound way.

Alyssa Simon

Alyssa Simon has been a member of the board of trustees since 2018. A former teacher and alumni of Teach for America, Alyssa is passionate about providing quality education to children all over the world and brings her prior experience in curriculum development, student engagement and data analysis to Move the World.
Alyssa is currently based in New York and is an executive director in the leveraged finance team at Morgan Stanley, and where she is also a volunteer for JumpStart, one of the firm’s marquee diversity outreach and financial literacy programs for high school students. Prior to working at Morgan Stanley, Alyssa was an associate in the London corporate team of the law firm Latham & Watkins, where she also served on the global recruiting committee and was active in various firm pro bono matters.