Vincent Agyei is the Executive Team Leader of SELL Programme Ghana. He has over 10 years of experience in facilitation of the SELL Programme modules (Self Awareness, Leadership, Peace Building, Community Building, Wisdom of Traditions and Justice) as a trainee volunteer facilitator, a commissioned volunteer facilitator and as Team Leader. SELL Resource Team. He has a keen interest in Human Development and Peace Building issues. Vincent serves as the Programme/Project Manager on the team and has a key role overseeing Team Capacity, Welfare, Maintenance and Care. He holds a Master of Arts in Peace and Development Studies from University of Limerick, Ireland, and a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Economic Option) from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana.
Hagar comes from Nandom in the Upper West Region of Ghana. She was born and grew up in Kumasi in the Southern Sector. She served as a volunteer for the SELL Programme in Kumasi from 2007 – 2015. Inspired by the values, learnings and life shaping issues the SELL Programme teaches, she joined the Resource Team in 2016 after completing her undergraduate studies in Land Economy at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Hagar currently serves on the Team as the Communications and Safeguarding person. Her current interests include social justice issues, issues affecting women and working with the youth. She loves to read and engage in creative work.
Joshua Anambe is from Nomboko, a suburb of Garu district in the Upper East region of Ghana. Growing up, he had always longed to serve people, to make a difference. He taught as a pupil teacher for 2 years – 2009 -2011. He spent 2 years again in the seminary, studying Spirituality and Philosophy and, from 2013 to 2017, he had the opportunity to teach at Fr Morin Memorial Junior High School, a private school owned by the Catholic Church in his home town. He gained a lot of experience in human relations, management, and administration as the assistant headteacher there.
While teaching he studied with the College of Distance Learning under the University of Cape Coast for Diploma in Education. Joshua encountered SELL programme Ghana in a needs assessment workshop in his home community in 2016 and was privileged to be chosen to be trained as volunteer facilitator. In 2017 he joined for the first training which was on the Self Awareness unit. He returned home and facilitated a workshop and was mentored by the resource persons of the programme. Joshua currently serves as the Administration and Finance Person on the Team.
Valerius is currently residing in Tamale, the capital of the Northern Region in Ghana. He currently serves as the I.T and Publicity lead person for SELL Programme Ghana. He found meaningful encounters as a volunteer facilitator and mentor with the SELL Programme in the Tamale Archdiocese, and was later offered the chance to visit communities with the SELL Resource team during their outreach programmes.
Val spends his leisure reading, writing, listening to music and helping local businesses and organizations discover the power of online presence. He also volunteers as a Tech instructor for locally organized I.T classes in his home region