Team

Bright Owusu-Amofah

CEO

"APPOLONIA WILL COMPLETELY TRANSFORM THE REAL ESTATE INDUSTRY BY SETTING NEW STANDARDS"

Bright has worked for on Appolonia since its launch in 2012. Prior to joining Appolonia, Bright was a Senior Analyst at Black Star Advisors, a boutique private equity firm in Ghana and was involved in structuring investment deals in various industries within the SME sector. He has also worked in investment banking and the financial services sector in various roles including as an Accounts Manager at Barclaycard in the UK. Bright attained a Master’s degree in Finance from the University of Lincoln (UK) and also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics. He has completed a number of courses in finance and project management and is a member of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) where he is currently working towards obtaining final certification. Bright is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School’s Real Estate Management Program.

Dansoaa Siaw-Misa

SALES MANAGER

"APPOLONIA IS REDEFINING ACCRA'S URBAN LANDSCAPE"

Dansoaa has six years of experience in housing finance, land tenure systems, sales and corporate transactions, along with deep understanding of statutory compliance obligations and processes for the land tenure system in Ghana. She has extensive knowledge of the real estate market in Ghana. Dansoaa holds a Bachelor’s degree Land Economy.

AMEY KOFI DOVLO

PROJECT MANAGER

"APPOLONIA IS OFFERING THE BEST INFRASTRUCTURE IN GHANA."

Amey has 15 years experience on several infrastructure and development projects in UK and Ghana from master planning, design, stakeholder consultation through to implementation. Projects in the UK have included the redevelopment of Belvedere Employment Area in London, transport planning advice for Oxford University Estates Department (OUED) and detailed infrastructure design for the Milton Keynes township development. He has also been involved as Project Manager for a major vehicular interchange and mixed-use development in Accra.
Amey has a Master’s Degree in Transportation from Imperial College, UK having previously graduated from KNUST as a Civil Engineer. He is also a Chartered Member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) UK since 2009

Victor Kpentey

FINANCIAL CONTROLLER

"Appolonia is setting the pace for well-designed mixed-use community in Ghana"

Victor is a Finance professional with extensive experience in audit, financial reporting, performance management and financial planning and management in various industries. He possesses strong commercial acumen and has a demonstrated track record to initiate and implement innovative ideas to drive business performance and growth.

Prior to joining Appolonia, Victor was the Country Finance Manager for Sandoz Pharmaceutical, Accra where he ensured excellent profitability management.

He also worked as Financial Controller (West Africa) for 540 Ghana Limited; Finance Manager, Voltic (GH) Limited, and Senior Associate, Audit at KPMG, Accra.

Matthew N. Ansah

MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS MANAGER

"The future is now, Appolonia is the future of Accra"

Matthew previously worked as the Sales and Marketing Manager for Petronia City Development & Wonda World Estates where he was responsible for brand development, corporate communications, and research, planning & delivery of marketing strategies for the project. Matthew has also worked within an assortment of communication agencies including Senior Account/Client Service Manager at Rezultz Advertising & Innova DDB-Ghana, Account Executive with ADspace DDB-Ghana and as the Public Relations Manager, Ghana for the Nigerian affiliate of Edelman, Sesema PR.

Charles Caternor

PROJECT ACCOUNTANT

"APPOLONIA IS GHANA'S URBAN FUTURE"

Charles joined the Appolonia project team from Aryeetey & Associates, where he was involved in audit and accounting assignments for multinational, regional and local companies. Charles is a member of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) and is pursuing final certification.

Josephine Agyeman-Prempeh

MARKETING COORDINATOR

"APPOLONIA IS SET TO BE A NOTABLE LANDMARK IN GHANA AND BEING A PART OF THE TEAM THAT DELIVERS IT IS EXCITING"

A long-time Appolonia team member, Josephine gained her experience working with organisations such as the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority and the Ghana Statistical Service in various roles. She is a graduate of the University of Ghana with a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and Resource Development. She is currently pursuing a diploma with the Chartered Institute of Marketing (UK).

Mariam Bobtoya

PROJECT ANALYST

"INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE IS NOW"

Mariam provides overall support for Appolonia’s daily operations. She graduated from the University of Science and Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and Rural Development. Mariam also holds Diploma Certificates in both Project Management and Procurement and Contract Management from the Graduate School of Governance and Leadership.

Ayesha Abdulrahaman

SALES ASSOCIATE

"APPOLONIA IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO LIVE YOUR DREAM"

Ayesha focuses on Appolonia sales. Previously, she worked as a Business Development Manager for Sterling’s Group Projects. She also worked with an Apparel Manufacturing Company in Accra. Ayesha is a member of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA) where she is currently working towards obtaining final certification.

GEORGE SERMADOR SOGNON

FINANCIAL ANALYST

"WE ARE CREATING THE FUTURE TODAY AT APPOLONIA"

George supports the finance function at Appolonia. Previously, he worked as an investment banker, with a focus on financial institutions in Ghana, Kenya and Nigeria. He has advised a number of top tier banks, mortgage finance and multinational non-bank institutions. George also has experience in the asset management and venture capital space. George graduated from Ashesi University College with a BSc. Business Administration and is currently pursuing the Chartered Financial Analyst course.

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