The GhScientific team is a small one which runs a tight shift; searching all over to bring you the latest news, events and opportunities, projects and informative blogs. The team consists of individuals with diverse skills allowing us to do what we do.
Hephzi Angela (CEO) is a research scientist with several years experience across various sectors including the University of Cambridge, Sense about Science and Abbott. She has a degree in Biomedical Science, masters in Pharmaceutical Science with Management Studies and is currently studying for a PhD at the University College London Great Ormon Street Institute of Child Health.
Outside the Lab, Hephzi spends her time doing outreach and engaging the public with science through various events and activities. She was awarded the 2016 science communicator of the year by the Royal Society of Biology and is a celebrated Airtel STEM Champion. She is also the chapter lead for Science Grrls in Essex, UK.
Dr. Thomas Tagoe (COO) is a published author, a neuroscientist and a keen science communicator. He holds a PhD in neuroscience from the University of Leicester and has presented at multiple local, national and international conferences including giving a TED talk.
Thomas is not only interested in practical research but appreciates the importance of keeping the general public informed about cutting edge scientific progress. He has also been involved in science education at the Junior High School level.
Thomas holds to the ideology that Science and Christianity are two sides of the same coin and is widely read in both fields.He is a sportsman, a music lover and a budding poet. He tweets @Tom_DAT
Robert (Projects Director) is a highly experienced project manager with a background in aerospace engineering and business management consultancy.
He comes onboard as Director of Projects with an MSc in Project Management and is a certified Prince2 practitioner. Robert is a firm believer in corporate social responsibility and that both individuals and corporations alike can give back to their communities through right sized collaborative projects. He has a passion for music, mentoring and empowering youth and is a teacher of sound biblical principles.
Wilhemina Antwi (Intern) is a student of the Ghana Institute of Journalism where she is studying for a B.A. in Communications Studies and majoring in Journalism. Mina’s dream is to be a journalist with a background in law, who does not follow normal trends but voices out the crucial problems of society. Her passion is to tell the hidden Ghanaian story from the Ghanaian perspective.
In addition to interning at GhScientific, Wilhemina is a content provider and a member of the threesixtyGh Social Media Team. You can read her blog post at www.minananayaa.wordpress.com and tweets @mina_nanayaa