THE EXECUTIVES TEAM

Wilson Ato

  • Project Manager. Responsible for project implementation, communication with agency and community partners on regular basis.

  • Perform site visits and lead team members on project site visits as necessary.

  • Accountable for all aspects of team supervision including training, education, motivation, scheduling, evaluation, morale, attendance, and discipline.

  • Enforce the standards of behavior as well as policies and procedures to ensure adherence to program goals and mission.

  • Responsible for ensuring that project objectives are met efficiently and performed at a high level of quality.

  • Prepare oral and written reports, which include daily work logs, work project summaries, before and after photos of volunteer events, equipment use and maintenance of logs, performance evaluations, and incident reports.

  • Perform also other relevant assignments.

  • Act as Organising Secretary and participate in all relevant meetings.

 

Philomena Ayivor

  • Managing volunteer and youth outreach events, planning, and on-site supervision of volunteers; leading environmental education activities and post-event chore completion to accomplish the field aims.

  • Secure volunteer hospitality donations for events. Responsible for stocking of volunteer supplies, gloves, hospitality items, volunteer event boxes, and overall management of volunteer supplies/materials.

Kimberly Roy

Development Director 

  • Assist with volunteer recruitment, hosting information tables, and posting fliers.  Conduct regular team meetings and meet individually with members as needed. Demonstrate sensitivity to and awareness of cultural differences and their effect.

  • Work as a team player to implement non-volunteer field projects.  Mentor by example and work alongside volunteers.

  • Train community members in environmental restoration techniques and related topics.

  • Keep financial records and responsible for fundraising events and also acts as Public Relation officer and participate in all relevant meetings.

 

 

Frank Mills-Akuffu

  • Supervision and coordination of projects, primary fieldwork, direct supervision of opportunities for projects.

  • Responsible for team safety and well-being, productivity, morale, quality of work, training and education in and out of the field, daily scheduling and site documentation, maintaining vehicles and equipment, and fulfilling the aims & objectives of HOPE AND SERVICE TO MANKIND in all endeavors.

  • Conduct volunteer management training, conduct audience-appropriate training, and presentations in such areas as project orientation, proper tool use, first aid, workplace safety, environmental restoration, natural resource management, leadership/management skills, and community service.

  • Assist with project management for volunteer events and material acquisition.

  • Support team education; including training/orientation, and core requirements.

  • Train community members in environmental restoration techniques and related topics.

  • Perform also other relevant assignments.

  • Act as secretary and participate in all relevant meetings.