Padmore Quansah – Founder & Programmes Director
Padmore holds a B.Ed. in Special Education (Education for persons with Intellectual Disabilities) Major and Home Economics, Minor. He is a Reading Interventionist and a Certified Irlen Screener by Irlen International, USA. Padmore is the Founder and Director for Campaign For Learning Disabilities (CLED) Ghana. He is currently a Special Education Clinician in the Kasoa Municipality in the Central Region of Ghana. He is one of the authors of the book “Helping Struggling Readers to Read: A Guide for Instructors” and " Writing Instruction For Young Learners: A Manual For Parents, Teachers And Curriculum Planners"
Mrs Florence Akua Mensah- Education & Outreach Programme Manager
Lecturer, Department of Special Education, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. She is a member of International Reading Association. Mrs. Mensah is assessment clinician and interventionist for individuals with reading difficulties and intellectual disabilities. Mrs. Mensah provides CLED with voluntary technical counsel and support in assessment and remediation services to children with learning disabilities, and support the training of teachers and parents. She is also a patron for CLED Campus Club promoting awareness about learning disabilities at University of Education, Winneba, Ghana
Mr. Anthony Mensah – Research & Advocacy Coordinator
Mr. Mensah holds Bachelor of Education in Special Education Major and Physical Education Minor . He currently has a Master of Philosophy in Special Education at University of Education, Winneba, Ghana. Mr. Mensah is a resource teacher at St. Peter’s Anglican Basic School .
Carrie Lewey – U.S Program Director
Carrie is a Global Poverty minor and an Agriculture Resource Economics major at the University of Maryland, U.S. Her goal is to work for a non-profit organization that aids in development. She was summer 2016 international volunteer for CLED and supported CLED to purchase a land for building an assessment and learning centre for children with learning disabilities in Ghana.
Alex Kovalik – U.S Assistant Director
Alex holds Masters of Public Health with Concentration in Behavioral and Community Health. He has Global Health Certificate and currently Teaching with Teach For America in San Jose, California
He is 2016 international volunteer for CLED and supported in developing visual communication as a therapy for the children at CLED Saturday Classes.