Caroline Adzogble: Meet the 28-year-old Ghanaian CEO who runs her own accredited university
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Caroline Adzogble: Meet the 28-year-old Ghanaian CEO who runs her own accredited university

- Caroline Esinam Adzogble is the founder of Potters International College and IAES Africa

- 28-year-old Caroline established her own accredited college in 2016

- Caroline runs other top businesses including Admission in 30 Minutes, Everyday Travels and Tours and Caroline Technology Solutions

- YEN.com.gh highlights Caroline's accomplishments as the youngest woman in Ghana and in Africa to have launched her own accredited international university

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At just 28 years old, Caroline Esinam Adzogble, a Ghanaian born inspirational and multi-award winning Entrepreneur and Educationist, runs her own accredited international college.

As a successful entrepreneur, educationist, business coach, diversity maverick and an advocate for women and girls in technology, her highly remarkable achievements have become an inspiration.

With this feat, she makes history as the youngest woman in Ghana and in Africa to have launched her very own accredited international university named Potters International College.

Carolineesinam.com highlights that she established Potters International College in 2016 when she was just 24-years old.

"I am on the quest to uplift Education within Africa and beyond by providing the opportunities and resources available to students,'' part of a statement on Carolineesinam.com read.

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Prior to establishing her own school, she was still studying Business Administration and Computer Science when she launched the school in 2012 as an IT Training Institution called AITC.

The school has now become a successful training institution that provides excellent programmes in the field of technology.

The high-achieving business titan has other businesses aside Potters International College which are equally thriving ventures.

She is the founder of IAES Africa, a platform for international student recruitment and institutional partnerships that has, at the moment, successfully recruited across 43 countries across the world.

Caroline is also the brainchild behind other ventures such as Admission in 30 Minutes, Everyday Travel and Tours and Caroline Technology Solutions.

Also the president and co-founder of Caroline University with fellow entrepreneur Kwame A.A Opoku, Caroline is a perfect example of Black excellence.

Not only does she pursue her goals with excellence, she also has a heart of gold that addresses the needs of the most vulnerable and underserved communities.

Through her charity outlet, Mercy Heart Foundation, she provides merit-based scholarships to students to study abroad on tuition-free basis.

Her foundation is mostly noted for the $1M Scholarship Scheme for 120 African students and the 100-laptop giveaway project.

Currently, Caroline is the founder & CEO of the Caroline Group; a major business conglomerate originating from West Africa, Ghana.

Earlier in 2020, YEN.com.gh reported that 25-year-old Sinenhlanhla Passcara Mthembu has already established her own law firm. From completing her law degree to establishing a law firm, Sinenhlanhla Passcara Mthembu has no regrets.

Prior to starting her own law firm, she had to take the bold step of quitting her job to start her own business. She wanted to become her own boss.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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