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STN, Ghana Chapter Elects Linda Yaa Ampah As The New President

STN, Ghana Chapter Elects Linda Yaa Ampah As The New President
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STN, Ghana Chapter Elects Linda Yaa Ampah As The New President

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Cadling Fashions and KAD Manufacturing Limited, Linda Yaa Ampah has been elected as the President of the Stanford Seed Transformation Network, (STN), Ghana chapter.

At the handing over ceremony held in Accra on Tuesday, Madam Linda Yaa Ampah expressed her profound gratitude to the immediate past executives and all members for their benevolent work towards the development of the Network.

According to her, “these are not ordinary times; there are enormous challenges business entities are facing now. Holding each other’s hands and forging ahead we should overcome. My desire is to see us aspire to greater heights pursuing a vision that makes us stronger and even more relevant to our communities, the nation, our sub-region and beyond”.

“The Seed Network is made up of different companies that cut across all sectors of the economy with a lot of potentials. Although it is a volunteer group, it is expected that we would commit to our guiding principles, work towards giving our best to the network, and furthering the cause of business.

STN Ghana members, our overall mission is to be Catalysts for Global Impact. Our contribution towards that would be ‘Aspiring to be the best STN in Africa and beyond’ with the objective of creating a vibrant network for all members and engaging productively with different publics. These are broken down into specific objectives which will be shared with the new team”, she noted.

She then urged all members of the network to work diligently to move STN Ghana to the next level and deliver on their mandate with transparency and accountability.

About Stanford Seed Transformation Network

The Stanford Seed Transformation Network is a network of participants who have completed the Stanford seed transformation program. Seed is a Stanford Graduate School of Business led initiative.

Established in 2016, the global communities of seed transformation program’s past participants constitute the Seed Transformation Network. The network operates active chapters in West, East, Southern Africa, and India. The network offers members a way to harness the power of the global seed community by connecting online in-person, or at events, with other like-minded business leaders whose industries or interests align with their own.

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