Samuel Yeboah is the co-founder of Beacon School. He has lived and worked in North America, Africa, Asia and Europe developing young leaders and facilitating them to fulfil their God-given destiny. Samuel Yeboah, as the Chairman of the board, oversees all the financial, legal and developmental matters of Beacon School. He is also a passionate advocate of young people and oversees the biblical studies and discipleship programme that is a key component of the moral and behavioural formation of the students of the school. In addition to his work in Beacon School Samuel has been a member of Youth With A Mission (YWAM) since 1986.
Sarah Yeboah is the co-founder of Beacon School. She is a qualified teacher. Born and bred in the U.K. she has for the past 30 years lived and worked in North and South America, Europe and Africa. Sarah Yeboah is passionate about seeing children trained through innovative creative learning to be vibrant self motivated world changers. In Beacon she is responsible for the professional development of teachers; curriculum development; and monitoring of learning. She has also taught English Language and Literature for Checkpoint and IGCSE. In addition to her work in Beacon School, Sarah has been a member of Youth With A Mission (YWAM) since 1989.
Mr Dapaah-Addo has a depth of knowledge in Finance, Administration and Human Resource Management; having worked in those sectors for over 30 years. He has led individuals of varied backgrounds and nationalities in a vast range of industries including the finance, manufacturing and telecommunications industries. He is currently works as a Finance and HR consultant and is passionate about ensuring that there is cohesiveness and worker satisfaction within the Beacon School staff body.
Mr Nii Amaa Akita is a seasoned educationist who has worked in international schools for over 30 years. He is therefore very familiar with international curriculums, especially the Cambridge International curriculum and the International Baccalaureate curriculum. He is passionate about teaching and has mentored several students and teachers throughout his career. He retired as Vice Principal of SOS-Hermann Gmeiner International College in June 2020, after holding the position since 2008. He has immense experience in school administration and is also skilled at communicating with students and adult stakeholders of educational institutions – including parents and staff members.