"There are enormous challenges that business entities are facing in these extraordinary times,", the new President of Stanford Seed Transformation Network(STN)-Ghana, Madam linda Yaa Ampah said during her official swearing-in ceremony in Accra.
She said in spite of the current difficulties caused by the pandemic, a strong commitment towards collaboration would help to mitigate the challenges and ensure success in the end.
"Holding each other’s hands and forging ahead, we would overcome in the end" Madam Ampah said.
She said although STN-Ghana was a volunteer group, members were expected to be committed to the guiding principles and work towards giving off their best to the network, and furthering the cause of business.
Madam Ampah said the overall mission of members of STN-Ghana, was to make a positive impact on global business in every way possible.
"Our contribution in that vein, would also be towards becoming the best STN in Africa and beyond, with the objective of creating a vibrant network for all members and engaging productively with different publics," she said.
Madam Ampah believed that her team and members of the network, would move STN-Ghana to the next level, and deliver on the network's mandate with transparency and accountability.
Madam Constance Swaniker, the out-going President, assured the incoming leadership of support.
"We are merely stepping aside as you assume your new roles," she said.
The Stanford Seed Transformation Network is a network of participants who have completed the Stanford Seed transformation programme.
Seed is a Stanford Graduate School of Business led initiative,
Established in 2016, the global communities of Seed transformation programme past participants, constitute the seed transformation network.