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Revâ€™d Akua Ofori-Boateng is the Director of Programmes for the Anglican Diocese of Accra.
She is a member of the United States Trade Advisory Committee on Africa, and serves as a
member on the Board of the Otumfuo Osei Tutu II Foundation (OOTIIF).
Akua is also the co-founder and Executive Director of Aequitas (pronounced Equitas); a
faith-based foundation which has a vision to become the leading NGO in Africa, where
organisations can source young tertiary graduates who have been moulded into self-aware,
passionate, and fit for purpose youth through personalised grooming and training.
Akua is a graduate of Ghana International School (GIS) and holds a Bachelor of Science
degree in Engineering Physics from Miami University in the USA; a Master of Science degree in
Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech in the USA; an MBA from Indiana University in the
USA; and a Master of Arts degree in Ministry from the Trinity Theological Seminary in Legon,
Revâ€™d Akuaâ€™s book; Broken for Use, is a deeply moving personal and spiritual memoir which
has been touted as a â€˜must readâ€™ by the likes of Elizabeth Ohene, Professor Mercy Oduyoye,
and Reverend Dr. Joyce Aryee. In it, she demonstrates that despite our brokenness, the
goodness of God can still shine through us.