We introduce to you our Management Team. The heads who drive all the departments to achieve more. Check their bio out by clicking the button labelled "Bio" for anyone you want to view.
Charlotte joined Women’s World Banking Ghana in 2015 as the Chief Executive Officer with an in-depth knowledge in SME markets and an understanding of different consumer behaviors.
She has acquired rich experience and knowledge in credit administration, portfolio management, human resource management, credit analysis and restructuring of loans. She has established herself as a professional and an astute credit expert with international exposure, having worked with UT Financial Services (now UT Bank) Ghana and UT Nigeria as credit manager.
Prior to joining WWBG, she was the deputy MD for First Trust Savings and loans, Deputy MD of Ideal Finance Ltd and a one-time General Manager of Express Savings & Loans Limited. Charlotte holds Bachelor’s Degree in social sciences and an MBA in Finance.
Yaw Owusu-Broni has vast experience in auditing. Prior to joining the team, he worked with Pannell Kerr Forster, Chartered Accountants for about 6 years and has extensive experience in auditing financial institutions.
He holds a BSc mathematics and statistics from the University of Ghana and is a qualified Chartered Accountant and member of the Chartered Institute of Accounting. He is an itermediate holder (ACIB).
Nana K. Bobbie-Sarfo is an IT professional with a very fine blend of financial business management. He has worked on several IT projects and has developed several industry software over the past decade. He holds bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi and a Master’s in Business Administration (Finance) from the University of Ghana, Legon. He is a licentiate member of the Institute of Management Information Systems (IMIS), London and a cisco certified network associate.
Nana has had several years of experience working with financial institutions both as a service provider, delivering modern banking solutions and as a staff, overseeing the implementation of several successful projects. Prior to joining Women’s World Banking, he was the Head of IT at MultiCredit Savings and Loans limited from January 2013 through May 2017. He also served as engineering manager at Esoko, formerly known as TradeNet where he managed five development teams in the software engineering and product release cycles from 2010 to 2012. He also worked with Softwarehouse International Ltd, serving in different capacities from 2001 to 2010 variously as a programmer, head of department and general manager. He was an adjunct lecturer at the Advanced Business College from 2008-2010.
His research interests are in discovering novel approaches to improve the performance of businesses by harnessing the power of IT without unduly increasing the complexity faced by the project teams, end users, or computer architects.