Julian serves as the Chief Finance Officer (CFO). He attended Tema International School and the University of Pennsylvania respectively. Julian’s level of commitment and sacrifice is unadulterated.
Nana Opoku was born and raised in Tema - Ghana. He studied Economics and Statistics at Swarthmore College, Philadelphia - USA. His life’s mission of — “Uniting people and creating One Afrika” has become a portal of evoking strong waves of self-reflection and encourages the self-efficacy needed to create a unified afro-consciousness and also won him a national contemporary art prize in 2017 with his interactive artwork, “Mobilizing Oneness”. Nana Opoku is responsible for our beautiful Cocoa360 logo, our first Cocoa360 website, among others. As an advisory member, he currently plays a consultancy role by sharing valuable knowledge, networks, resources, and designs to boost the look and feel of Cocoa360.
Tawiah hails from Jamestown in the Greater Accra region of Ghana. He attended Faith Montessori, Ghana International School, SOS-Hermann Gmeiner International College, and the University of Pennsylvania where he studied Economics and Consumer Psychology, respectively. His passion for ‘developing a sustainable supply chain to bring the world back to balance’ resonates with that of Cocoa360. At inception, Tawiah drove Cocoa360’s fundraising and partnership efforts. A perpetual optimist, he believes that it is never too late to recover from the pollution of the environment through self-sustainable Social Enterprises and models aimed at making indigenes financially free.
Maxwell worked with Tawiah to steer partnerships and fundraising efforts, contributing to establishing and nurturing relationships and partnerships for our work at the Tarkwa Breman Center of Excellence (TBCE) Maxwell is also an alumnus of the University of Pennsylvania with a Degree in Bachelor of Arts (BA) - Mathematical Economics and Economics, 2011 – 2015. He is very passionate about building sustainable relationships and making lasting impacts.