How Ghanaian Aerospace Executive is Helping to Reduce Barriers to Humanitarian Aid at Tech Company

How Ghanaian Aerospace Executive is Helping to Reduce Barriers to Humanitarian Aid at Tech Company

  • Ghanaian Kofi Asante is the vice-president of strategy and business development at aerospace startup Elroy Air
  • The aerospace executive plays an integral role in the establishment by helping to reduce the barriers to helping humanitarian communities
  • He has helped the company from its seed stage to expanding its team and raking in $50 million in investments

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Ghanaian aerospace executive, Kofi Asante, is changing transport technology as a leading executive at aerospace startup Elroy Air.

He serves as the company’s vice-president of strategy and business development.

Kofi Asante
Kofi Asante: Ghanaian aerospace executive at the aerospace startup Elroy Air. Source: @idealmagn3t
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How Asante is impacting communities

Asante is using his background in business, political science, and political theory, to help in reducing limitations associated with providing humanitarian help to communities.

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He has played an integral role in Elroy Air since he joined the company over three years.

Asante was involved from its seed stage to expanding its team and raking in $50 million in investments.

His Ghanaian dad, an engineer, and mom, an African American woman, a professor in communications, helped shape his life.

The company's mission

Elroy Air’s mission is to ''expand the reach of express shipping, provide humanitarian aid in regions with challenging infrastructure, immediate relief in disaster situations, and enable rapid, autonomous aerial resupply to troops in the field,'' a statement on the company’s website said, according to Black Enterprise

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