Akosua Edwards is the founder of the Enabling Enterprise Project in Trinidad and Tobago, her native country, targeting women entrepreneurs. The Project aims to assist women and young adults to start and grow businesses. The project has also recently launched NiNa, a youth entrepreneurship programme in Trinidad and Tobago.
She is currently working in Uganda to produce and implement a Gender & Entrepreneurship Policy within the Agricultural Sector in the conflict areas in the north of the country, with a leading female-founded seed company. She has been selected as the Caribbean’s representative of the World Network of Young Leaders and Entrepreneurs (WNYLE).
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