I am very proud of my long association with the Institute. I started my CILT career at branch level as Treasurer of CILT Ghana in 2000. In 2004 I became Honorary Secretary before being appointed International Vice President three years later. I was the first IVP to serve a full five-year term, during which time I instituted many successful reforms.
In 2012 at Annual Convention I handed over the reins to my successor, receiving the Pegasus medal for my hard work and dedication in service to the Institute. After stepping down I assumed a new role as International Ambassador, with a focus on restructuring and reforming our operations in Kenya and Uganda.
It feels good to be working for Africa, promoting our value to the world. I am excited about the future, and look forward to playing my part in establishing new branches and territories within our continent which is so vast but not yet fully explored.