Veronica is the Technology Enterprise Business Solutions Manager at Vodafone Ghana leading a team of motivated deployment field engineers with a mandate to ensure they deliver efficient and reliable voice and data services to corporate clients. Her successful career growth is attributed to leadership, motivation, team empowerment, and ability to drive change. Veronica’s passion is mentoring and coaching Africa’s young women to become future leaders and entrepreneurs as part of her advocacy for diversity and inclusion in Technology.
Outside of work, she fully supports community development projects. She is the founder of e-Inclusion Initiative that focuses on social entrepreneurship, youth education, and women empowerment with a vision to bridge gender inequality gap in ICT (STEM) Education in our communities. The initiative also seeks to advocate for women in various trades, especially agri-business, to embrace innovation and technology to build sustainable business ventures and have a positive impact on their livelihoods. e-Inclusion has partnered with organizations such as Vodafone Ghana Foundation to execute ICT training programs and build technology hubs in select communities.
Veronica holds a Master of Science degree in Engineering and Management from Coventry University (United Kingdom) and a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications Engineering from Ghana Technology University College. She is an Advisory Board Member and mentor of President Barrack Obama’s Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) – West Africa Regional Leadership Centre (RLC). Veronica is a Fellow of the 2015 Mandela Washington Fellowship Program on Leadership and Social-Entrepreneurship, a President Barrack Obama’s Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI).