Board of Trustees

Professor Wayne Dunn

Wayne Dunn is President & Founder of the CSR Training Institute and a Professor of Practice in CSR at McGill. He’s a Stanford University Sloan Fellow with a Masters from the Stanford Business School.
He is a veteran of 20+ years of award winning CSR and sustainability work. His work spans the globe, covering many industries and sectors including extensive work with the extractive sector in Ghana & globally. He consults on strategy, economics and operations to industry, government and international organizations and his work has won major international awards and has been used extensively as ‘best-practice’ by industry and academia, including being made into a Stanford Case Study.
Wayne’s CSR training programs are sought after by leaders and practitioners worldwide. He is a frequent lecturer and keynote presenter at industry, development and economic events around the world. His writings on CSR practice and strategy are used by industry, governments and global organizations.

Mrs Fati Bodua-Seidu

Mrs. Fati Bodua Seidu is currently the Director of Management Services Division at the Public Services Division. Before joining the public service, she worked at SNV The Netherlands Development Organization as the Country Coordinator for the Procurement Governance for Home Grown School Feeding Programs for Ghana, a program funded by the Bill and Belinda Gates Foundation.
Before working with SNV Ghana, Mrs. Seidu was Acting National Coordinator for the National Youth Employment Programme (NYEP) at the Ministry of Employment and Social Welfare and also at the Ministry of Youth and Sports. From September 2006 to December 2008, she was Deputy National Coordinator in Charge of Marketing and Research at the NYEP. She holds a Masters degree in Industrial Economics and Management from Varna in Bulgaria and a Masters in International Development from the University of Pittsburgh in the United States.
Mrs. Fati Bodua Seidu has more than 15 years of experience in International Development, the public, non-profit and private sectors in the United States and in Ghana. Mrs. Seidu is from Mandari, near Bole, she is married with two children. Hobbies are Reading, Travelling, and Match Making.

Mr Kojo Graham

Mr Graham is the Group Chairman and CEO of for African Era Investments Limited. He returned to Ghana after working with Merill Lynch and the International Trade Center in the United States, and continued pursuing private sector investment initiatives in Inga Farms, African Resource Ventures (ARV), and most recently, African Era Investment Limited. He is also currently the Board Chairman for Oya Capital.

Mr Graham continues to expand his vision to attract foreign investment into the entire ECOWAS region in oil and gas, agriculture, financial technology, and large-scale infrastructure projects.

He is also heavily involved with The African Child Project which provides education and healthcare to street children.