Nana Ohene Adu is a biochemist who worked in the AngloGold Ashanti, Obuasi Mine for 20 years. She left the mine to start her own school to train young people to become good leaders.
She shares her journey from the mine back to the classroom.
Diana Wilson was born in the bustling city of Newark, NJ. Her mother, long ago, came to America with two possessions: twenty dollars and a dream. However, as she arrived at the pronounced “Land of Opportunity” she soon realized she would face many impediments before attaining the American Dream. She would soon become a single mother to three children in Newark, NJ; a city consistently mentioned only for its high crime rate and drug crisis.