“Many Ghanaian children, especially those from very remote and hard to reach areas have had to grapple with their education as a result of hardships and extreme poverty. Having heard about the founder’s life story and his vision to make life better for Ghanaian children, I took the decision to be part of such a noble course that will provide a better life for the less privileged in Ghana. I am grateful for the opportunity to serve on the GoldenEd Board and hopefully, together we can empower and build the capacity of children to become independent and responsible young adults.”
Justice is a consultant in education and Community Development, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, Facilitator, and Trainer. He has over twenty years’ experience in education development, community engagement/mobilization, development management, and research. He also holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration and Management from the University of Education, Winneba, and a certificate in Mixed Methods from The Evaluators Institute, USA. Justice has worked on a number of donor programs including USAID, UKAid, UNICEF and has also served as a Technical Advisor to Ghana’s Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service Complimentary Basic Education Programme (CBE) that ensures out of school children are supported to enroll in school. He has also worked for International NGOs such as Education Development Centre, CARE International and provided technical support to the CARE International/USAID Partnership for Accountable Governance in Education (PAGE) Project in Ghana, TOGEA Project in Northern Togo, the CARE International Innovations for Marginalised Girls Education (IMAGE) Project longitudinal research design and the Ghana Government’s Youth Enterprise and Skills Development Center project. Justice has also consulted for a number of state and non-state institutions in Ghana and abroad. These include Local Government Services, Ghana Education Service, the Non-Formal Education Division, Associates for Change, DevTech Inc., Social Impact, World Education Inc., Afrikids Ghana, ProNet North, STAR-Ghana, Child Right International, Ghana National Education Campaign Coalition, Education Assessment, and Research Center, KANTAR, OLINGA Foundations, and many others. He is also a fellow and impact advisor to the Africa Education Watch.