Princess Allotey, a Project iSWEST 2014 Alumnus places 2nd in just ended Ghana Youth Social Entrepreneurship Challenge

April 5, 2017

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Princess Allotey, a Project iSWEST 2014 alumna, placed 2nd in the recently ended Ghana Youth Social Enterprise Competition. Princess founded her own social enterprise Kids and Math after attending Project iSWEST with the aim of demystifying math and spreading its love to kids all over Ghana.

She pitched Project ArithOut an initiative of Kids and Math and won 2nd place plus $900 at GhanaThink Foundation’s Ghana Youth Social Entrepreneurship Competition. After winning, she told us at Nsesa Foundation, “If I had not come for Project iSWEST, I wouldn’t have been here!!!”

Princess has grown as leader since Project iSWEST 2014 and day in, day out, we’re amazed and motivated by how tirelessly she works to make impact in the lives of kids.

Thumbs up Princess!

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