Abraham Kudiabor is a budding entrepreneur with a bachelor’s degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology–Ghana. He is a master’s student studying Global Logistics at Arizona State University through the Mastercard ASU’s International Accelerated Degree Program (IADP). Abraham has a strong sense of leadership, humor, and business. He is passionate about leveraging the prospects of entrepreneurship in transforming the Agricultural and Health sectors in Ghana.
As a first-generation college student, his resolve is to alleviate suffering by any means and scale possible. Abraham has a strong interest in leadership with an immense belief in transformational and ethical leadership. He is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School Crossroads Emerging Leaders Program, and YALI Network Fellow, and a member of ASU’s Venture Devils. Abraham believes in a world where quality healthcare and its related logistics are placed at the dispensation of the poor and less privileged in society, and the agricultural supply chain is streamlined to enhance a seamless flow of produce, reducing post-harvest losses especially in Africa, while supplying enough food to feed the world’s poor.