John Kwame Dunyo is an aspiring Research Engineer with interests in embedded systems, control systems, robotics, AI, and data analytics. He is currently a final year computer engineering undergraduate at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
John is passionate about leveraging the ideals of transformational leadership to cause societal change through entrepreneurship, innovation, and volunteerism. He is a JimLeech MasterCard Foundation Entrepreneurship Fellow at Queens University, Canada, and a Pre-MEST Mentor at Women’s Haven Africa in Kumasi, Ghana, where he provides technical mentorship to female startups. John’s passion for social entrepreneurship has propelled him to buildFarmSens, an agri-tech startup that develops a portable precision agriculture technology for rapid soil testing for smallholder farmers in Africa.
Through FarmSens, he and his team are able to help smallholder farmers in Ghana achieve 60% improvement in productivity while reducing wastes. He enjoys reading memoirs and books on leadership and business development. He also loves listening to music, biking, and playing the piano.