Our People

Board Directors

Gershon Kwamigah

Founder and Lead

Ruth Darlyn Tetteh

Executive Director, Missions To Care

Philip Kwasi Banini

Co-founder and Director of Research and Advocacy, iWatch Africa

Elom Hiagbe

Lead, Simba Business Solutions

Selorm Kporha

Chief Engineer, Selker Engineering Services
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Gershon Kwamigah is the founder and lead of Xenos Media, which he founded in 2015. Gershon is responsible for setting the overall direction and strategy for the company. 
He is also the co-manager of Missions To Care, which is providing care and hope for people through education, health and social protection among others. He also holds the position as the secretary of Betlin Educational Complex and Albert Anane Rescue Missions. He also served as a business development officer and administrative assistant of Simba Business Solutions.
Gershon has worked as a logistics and shipping personnel by helping in the logistic and shipping (by air and sea) fields in exporting local commodities to the UK, the USA and some other African countries and around the world. He has socially been a consultant to several businesses in developing progress ideas and strategy, helping legalize and meet government regulatory requirements and documentation among others.
Ruth Darlyn Tetteh is the founder and executive director of Missions To Care, together with her team, they work to impact lives by providing care and hope for people through education, health and social protection among others. She is a sanctions analyst and a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, a former staff of the United Nations Department of Safety and Security, a former detective at the Ghana Police Service.
Ruth likes helping people and desire to make life better for others whenever and however she can.
Ruth holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Health and a Master of Science Degree in Health Administration.
Philip Kwasi Banini is the co-founder of iWatch Africa; a non-governmental organization and a Policy Think-Tank aimed at shaping the national and regional discourse, deepening transparency, accountability and citizen participation in the governance process in Africa. He also doubles as the Research and Advocacy Director for iWatch Africa providing strategic research and advocacy leadership within the organization.
He has previously worked with a number of public and private organizations. Formerly the Contract Manager at Movelle Realities and Logistics Limited, the Project Administrator of the Strategic Partnership for Higher Education Innovation and Reform (SPHEIR) Project (a UKaid project to Improve Competitiveness of Graduates in the 10 Polytechnics and Technical Universities in Ghana to boost National Development), a Business Development Manager of Potters Hollow Company Limited and a Research Assistant and I.T Administrator at the University of Ghana, Philip Kwasi Banini has been pivotal in utilizing his skills and expertise to meet and exceed set organizational goals.
Globally, he has worked as the Associate Content Creator of THE WAY AHEAD Magazine, an international publication of the Society of Petroleum Engineers written by and for young professionals in the upstream oil and gas industry. He currently serves as the Content Creator of THE WAY AHEAD Magazine, (https://www.spe.org/en/twa/twa-editorial-board/).
He is also a speaker and a fellow of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI), African Change-makers Fellowship and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Global Startup Lab.
Philip Kwasi Banini holds a Master of Science Degree in Petroleum Geoscience, specializing in Source Rock Evaluation and Hydrocarbon Potential of Wells and also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth Sciences from the University of Ghana, Legon.
He is a trained Geologist/Geoscientist and an Energy Consultant by Profession.
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