The US-Ghana Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to the facilitation and promotion of trade &investment, economic growth, increasing business opportunities and advocacy on behalf of its membership in both countries.
Mark Kofi Gyandoh, J.D., L.L.M
President of the US Ghana Chamber of Commerce
Mr. Gyandoh is counsel to the law firm of Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP, located in the Philadelphia suburb of Radnor, Pennsylvania. He is a class action litigator protecting the rights of consumers and participants in retirement plans. Mr. Gyandoh received his B.A. in history from Haverford College in 1996 where he also studied corporate finance and financial accounting. He obtained both his J.D. (2001) and L.L.M. (2011) in trial advocacy from Temple University School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Gyandoh was Co-President of the Temple International Law Society, giving him his first taste in international relations.
Kwaku Amexo, MD, MBA, FACP
Founding Board Member, Vice President of the U.S Ghana Chamber of Commerce
Dr Amexo is a medical doctor with over 30 years of clinical practice experience on three continents. He is specialized in Internal Medicine. During his medical career he developed expert skills in team building and in developing strategic alliances with hospitals and other healthcare professionals. He brings with him a global perspective, having earned his medical degree in Ukraine, and completed his medical residency in his native country of Ghana, West Africa. He earned additional training via residency at the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
Founding Board Member, Treasurer of the US Ghana Chamber of Commerce
Mr. Hart has a double major B.A in Economics/Business Administration, York campus, City University of New York, (1978)— Advance study Master Degree Program, School of International Affairs, Columbia Universaity, NYC. Program Completion Certificate, Pace University International Trade Policies. World Trade Center,(2000/2001)
As a business owner & consultant Mr Hart has collaborated in structural development projects with numerous private Companies/ Governmental Ministries, internationally, with specific attention being directed within the arena of U.S. and Sub-Saharan Trade and Development initiatives.
David M Webster
Vice President of the U.S Ghana Chamber of Commerce
David M. Webster is currently CEO of Webster Marketing International LLC. Webster Marketing International LLC represents several major international companies in the area of fertilizers, seeds, low cost housing, medical devises, bio energy and telecommunications. He has over 34 years of senior level management experience in sales, marketing, advertising, public relations and international trade.
LaToya Samuels-Wharton, MBA
Secretary of the U.S Ghana Chamber of Commerce
LaToya Samuels Wharton, MBA a business consultant and notary public, comes from the pre-eminently paralegal background of a 17- year combined law management office exposure incorporating intensive and extensive experience in business law, corporation formation, human resources; and IT/manager of information services, facilities and operations.
Chairperson for Women’s Initiatives for the U.S Ghana Chamber of Commerce
Linda Kusi is an MPH Candidate at West Chester University, with over 5years working in the Public Health field. She is an Entrepreneur and Business consultant. Linda has had the opportunity of working with women and children across the Globe mainly in Uganda, Ghana, United Kingdom, and the United States in areas of Maternal and child health, nutrition and mental health. She was Miss Black America Ghana 2017 and became the Global Ambassador for the Miss Black America beauty Pageant in 2018.