A Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, Bernice Dapaah is a young Ghanaian rising social entrepreneur. She holds a Diploma in Human Resource Management and Marketing from the Institute of Commercial Management UK and Bachelors in Business Administration from the Christian Service University College in Kumasi Ghana. She has over a decade work experience in both the profit and non-profit industries.
Bernice is a member of the World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council on Biodiversity and Natural Capital made up of the world’s foremost intellectual network, convening the most relevant and knowledgeable thought leaders from business, government, academia and civil society to address key global issues.
She was named as an Ambassador of the World Bamboo Organization having earlier on in the year been appointed as a member of the prestigious Global Teacher Prize Academy and has been honored with the World Entrepreneurship Forum’s “Entrepreneur for the World Award” for her impact on society and capacity to change the world.
She sits on the advisory boards of World Intellectual Property Organization-Green (WIPO Green) in Switzerland.
She is skillful in project implementation, monitoring, training, assessments, reviews, baseline surveys and evaluation. In her capacity as the CEO, she ensures that project design and implementation are scientifically informed and she is responsible for monitoring and evaluation mechanisms, processes and targets related to the project and provides feedback and improvement advice to project teams.