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A passionate promoter and supporter of African excellence, Ato Ulzen-Appiah was bred in Ghana, educated in the KNUST primary & secondary schools and then at Presby Boys’ Secondary School, Legon. He returned to Ghana after 10 years in the US where he completed his university education at MIT and Stanford. During Ulzen-Appiah’s time in the US, he was part of the formation of the GhanaThink Foundation and co-foundeder of Museke.com, an African music website.
Ato Ulzen-Appiah is a big believer in the power of the internet and an active user of social media for his personal, social and entrepreneurial use.
“I have a passion for connecting people and building a movement of forward-thinking Africans as showcased in projects like the Barcamp Ghana one. I am also interested in entrepreneurship and all forms of development, likes to meet people and loves to play soccer, table tennis, scrabble and sudoku. I also like to perform spoken word.”
Ato Ulzen-Appiah is the 2014 Social Media Week Lagos 55FORWARD Ambassador for Accra, Ghana.
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