Bawah Fuseini, Co-Founder and President
Bawah was previously Secretary General to the Ghana Cycling Association and the Ghana Athletics Association. A 400m athlete, he has four national championships wins and represented Ghana at a number of international events. As Secretary General of the GAA, he executed their strategy to international-standards allowing their results, for the first time, to be approved by the International Association of Athletics Federation. He is a staff member of the National Sports Authority.
Tarek Mouganie, Co-Founder and CEO
Tarek is the founder of Affinity, a platform that lends to and supports entrepreneurs in Ghana. Before moving back home to Ghana, Tarek was a Director at GLG Partners in London where he managed an equities portfolio. Prior to GLG, Tarek worked at Deloitte in their private equity advisory team. He started his career as an academic, having completed his PhD in Physics from the University of Cambridge. Tarek is on the board of Greene Light Stage, advisor to Chatham House and Dr Jane Goodall DBE and the Honorary Consul to Cabo Verde in Ghana. Tarek is also a national age-group triathlete.
Jon Boafo, Head of Operations
Jon is a Marketing Executive with extensive experience in promoting and developing sports in Ghana. He was previously the Head of Operations at the Right to Dream Academy. Jon has been a key member in organising the annual Accra International Marathon, since moving back to Ghana in 2012. Jon is an advisor El Cambio Football Academy in Uganda.
Spencer Smith, National Coach
Spencer Smith is a triple World Champion triathlete turned triathlon coach and one of only a handful of athletes to have consistently succeeded on the biggest stage at both short and long-course distance triathlon. At the age of 20, Spencer became the youngest-ever World and European Champion. He was then the first male triathlete to win consecutive Senior World Championships (1993 and 1994) in addition to his Junior World Championship in 1992. Interestingly, he is also one of the very few champion triathletes to have raced in the highly-competitive world of professional cycling, where he spent the 1999-2000 season with the Linda McCartney team before reverting back to triathlon, proving his adaptability by winning Ironman Florida in a record time and coming 8th in the Hawaii Ironman World Championship within a year of his return. Recently, Spencer was recognised by the British Triathlon Federation (BTF) for his outstanding contribution to the sport, and was awarded the very prestigious BTF Golden Pin. In recent years, Spencer Smith has retired as an athlete and spends all his time coaching multi-sport athletes through his company, S2Coaching.