From Ebenezer Boateng in Ghana

Boateng is in the Deeptime Leadership and Wellbeing Program

Last Friday was our final meeting for the module 1 of Deeptime program. I could not join for the celebration because my wife was in labor that moment. She had a safe delivery. We were blessed with a baby girl. I am yet to name her. Culturally a child is named 8 days birth. It is assumed that the child is a visitor and after 8 days, is an indication that the child will stay with us. Afterwards, the child can be named. A lot of people have different perspectives because of their religious affiliation.

Boateng works for the Ghana Education Service

Here’s his profile:

I work for the Ghana Education Service under the Ministry of Education which is responsible for implementing government policies that ensure that all Ghanaians of school-going age receive quality formal education.      I have a special interest in being at the cutting edge of educational policy development and implementation.

I obtained a Diploma in Basic Education from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana with major key models as: Guidance and Counselling, Trends in Education, Mathematics, English Language, Music, Religious and Moral Education, Agric Science, Ghanaian Language (Twi), Education and Methods of Teaching.  I’m participating in this program to advance my leadership skills and understanding.