The ICT industry comprises of telecommunications operators, internet service providers, VSAT data operators, software manufacturers, broadcast institutions, ICT education providers, internet cafes, etc.

Generally, the Ministry of Communications and the National Communications Authority (NCA) oversee activities in the sector.

Presently in place is ICT for Accelerated Development (ICT 4AD) Policy which is a long term strategy for developing the ICT Sector and expanding its role in the Ghanaian economy.

The ICT4AD vision for Ghana is “To improve the quality of life of the people of Ghana by significantly enriching their social, economic and cultural well-being through the rapid development and modernization of the economy and society using information and communication technologies as the main engine for accelerated and sustainable economic and social development.

This is a sector of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI) that supports industries in telecommunications, ICT and ensures that the atmosphere for their business operations is good and also has the ability for growth.



Nana studied Economics and Business and has worked in the ICT field in a marketing, administrative and project management capacity for the past nineteen years. She manages Seatec Telecom, a leading provider of enterprise communications technology solutions in Ghana which serves many key entities, including top hotels, government institutions, banks, insurance companies, non-governmental organizations, large multinationals and manufacturing firms with world-class enterprise communication solutions that enhance their productivity and cut costs whilst improving their interactions with customers.

She is currently the Chairperson for the ICT Sector of the Association of Ghana Industries (AGI), she has a flair for sales and marketing and is very passionate about building and maintaining Customer Relationships. As a second generation manager of a family business, Nana has experienced first-hand the challenges associated with family-owned businesses and is very keen to find solutions to issues that greatly impact the survival and growth of such institutions in Ghana. Over the past ten years, Nana has been involved with a number of organizations that provide support to young women in various contexts primarily through coaching and mentoring.

In 2010, with the collaboration of the Black Women’s Leadership Council, a Xerox Corporation caucus group, Nana founded the ‘Girls in Science Project’ to provide support to girls and young women studying science through mentoring sessions, seminars and workshops as well as supply of study resources. The objective is to ignite in these girls the passion to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in the bid to secure their future.

Nana is also passionate about improving opportunities for rural Ghanaian youth through enhanced literacy skills and she constantly seeks partnerships in order to better achieve this. She is an active practicing Christian and is married with three children.

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