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On Monday, The US Department of State, Fortune's Most Powerful Women, and Vital Voices kicked off their 4th Annual Fortune/US State Department Global Women's Mentoring Partnership. This incredible program matches emerging female leaders from all over the world with women in senior leadership positions in the US who participated in the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit.
Our CEO Jean Case is a mentor this year, among other leaders including Ann S. Moore, Chairman and CEO of Time Inc., Andrea Jung, Chairman and CEO of Avon Products, and Molly Ashby, CEO of Solera Capital. The full list of mentors and mentees can be found in this press release from the US State Department.
We are so excited to welcome Jean's mentee, Ama Pomaa Boateng, to the Case Foundation. She is among this year's 32 mentees and will be with us from May 1-19. Ama is pictured above and has an amazing background:
Ama is the founder and CEO of the Ghanaian High-tech Women (GHW), a non-profit organization which seeks to help women apply IT skills in the management of their businesses to facilitate the achievement of growth and technological advancement of women. She has also developed a set of technologies and ideologies geared towards assisting girls and women in working through the myriad of options and questions they have regarding technology career choices, through mentoring programs like IGNITE Ghana and Ghana Women Voices.
Check back for updates on Ama's time here.