Rev. Dr. Kobina Ofosu-Donkoh is the founder and Executive Director of MAM foundation. He provides leadership aligned to the vision and mission of the foundation. Rev. Ofosu-Donkoh brings with him an impressive record of over three decades experience as an ordained Presbyterian minister, and over two decades experience as a college professor.
Dr. Ofosu-Donkoh holds a Diploma in Theology from the University of Ghana, a Master of Arts degree (Theology) from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, a second Master of Arts degree (World Religions) from Temple University, and a Ph.D. degree (Comparative World Religions) also from Temple University. Besides his pastoral vocation, Dr. Ofosu-Donkoh teaches at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. His research focuses on legitimizing human rights in religious traditions of the world. He is the author of Human Rights in African Religions and Philosophy, published by Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany (2010).
Dr. Stephen T. Odonkor is the corporate Secretary of MAM foundation. As the corporate secretary he is in charge of the to the management of the cooperate office in Ghana. The corporate Secretary administers the strategic programs of the Foundation and ensures the execution and monitoring of all projects. Dr. Odonkor brings to the foundation a wealth of experience, which he gained during several years working in the academic and business environment. He is a Biomedical Scientist and A Management Consultant.
Dr. Odonkor holds a Bachelors degree in Biology from the University of Cape Coast, a Masters degree in Medical Microbiology from the University of Ghana Medical School, a second Masters degree in Business Administration, (MBA, Human Resource Management) from the Paris Graduate School of Management (PGSM), and a Ph.D. degree from the University of South Africa. Dr. Odonkor is also a member of the renowned Charted Institute of Management and Administrative Consultants.