For a lady who had her early beginnings in life somewhat hard, years on, she is leading the path to making it (very) easy for younger people – both females and males alike – to enjoy bliss, thus, enter the unveiling of CAROLINE GROUP OF COMPANIES owned by the interesting, instinctive and insightful CAROLINE ESINAM ADZOGBLE.
For a Caroline Group (Potters International College, Caroline University, International Boarding School Services, International University services, Mercy Heart Foundation and Everyday Travels and Tours), making education very affordable and accessible in Africa isn’t its only vision, but redefining education through training, consulting, marketing, travel and philanthropy, is its numero uno aim. Keep this at the back of your minds that the Caroline TV, Caroline Radio and ‘When Women Succeed Conference’ projects would be added as part of other subsidiaries in the coming period.
Already call her a ‘Global Asset in the field of Education’, and you would not be wrong as her tentacles goes beyond Ghana into Nigeria, Kenya, UK and USA, with future plans to expand to Australia, Brazil, India and more. “…Life begins at forty”, some existence aficionados claim, but for the twenty-eight years old who hails from Dzodze in the Volta Region, Ghana, and owns her own accredited international college as one of the youngest female entrepreneurs in Ghana – she is gaiting to retire at thirty and then start a legacy worth more than rubies.
For a persona who wants a world where women should and can occupy leadership positions, she is at present raising people who would lead with courage to achieve their goals, people who would create environments of trust and respect through collaboration and communication. People who would strive to inspire their souls to create new ideas. At the launch on Friday, 26th of June, 2020, Ytainment News and other invited media houses were opened to an inspirational forward-thinking Ghanaian with panache for women advocacy.
A scholarship scheme [which is under the ‘Excellence Awards’, according to her would award 100 African brilliant but needy students to further their education in the fields of science, ICT, among others] to award students in the second and tertiary institutions to further their study abroad and contribute to the socio-economic development is one paramount area that the Group would be looking crystal clear into; this we were privy to first hand at the press conference.
As part of the briefing, the CEO spoke about embarking on a life-changing project for female prisoners at the Nsawam Prison and other prisons across Ghana. She buttressed that the Group as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR) in July, 2020, would donate 1000 sanitary pads and food items to female inmates and other prisons in the country plus pay fines for innocent women who are struggling to pay their fines in the prisons – with the intention to improve the lives of the female prisoners in the country.
For more information about Caroline Group of Companies,
Visit them on: www.carolinegroup.com,