Golda is passionate about building supply chains that mutually benefit her community’s economic development. She is the co-founder of Sua IT, a social venture that advances computer literacy to children in the rural communities. During her undergraduate studies, she applied her business and finance acumen to consult entrepreneurs in her community which led to the set up of three mobile banking businesses in her home country, Ghana. She has gained relevant work experiences in Pacific Savings and Loans, Verified Group of Companies, Megaton Coffee and Ironwood Ventures. She held the Financial Secretary position for the Inter-Hall Christian Fellowship at KNUST and has demonstrated commitment to giving back to her community through several initiatives, including organizing a youth performing arts camp for children as a volunteer with the Salvation Army. Also, for two years, Golda participated in health, relationship and motivational talks in 5 senior high schools and 4 villages.