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Our Successors

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To ensure that the dream and vision of the Webb of Excellence Welfare Fund lives on, the Founder and Board of Administrators have nominated successors who will manage the affairs of the Fund.

They are


Borden Webb-Brown

(son of Ms Louise Webb)

BORDEN was born Dec 26th, 1980 and raised in Newfoundland (the best Canadian Province), Canada to two loving parents, Louise Webb and Bernard Brown. They afforded him the opportunities to attend yearly camps in Northern Ontario where he eventually worked and developed extensive skills in woodworking and canoe guiding.

The skills learned doing maintenance and guiding led to employment in housing construction and eventually the forestry industry. Always looking for a new and better adventure he eventually enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces where he has continued to expand his interests and knowledge.

Borden Webb-Brown now is an Imagery Technician in the Canadian Armed Forces, stationed in Oromocto New Brunswick, Canada. He has served in the Canadian Army for 9 years now. Imagery Technicians are visual media specialists and are responsible for the operation, maintenance and management of a wide variety of special imaging equipment and products. They provide both still and video coverage of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) in support of operations, public affairs and internal communications.

Outside of work, Borden has a loving partner, Renee Doucet, who shares in the duties of looking after their furry, four-legged “child”, Cashew, the dog. They share many of the same interests such as long-distance racing, travelling as well as camping, canoeing, biking and hiking. Other hobbies include cooking, photography, and a life-long love of heavy metal music.

He plans to continue to serve in the Canadian Forces for years to come while also travelling and exploring parts of Canada he is yet to see as well as visiting many other parts of the world.


Kate Webb-Brown

(daughter of Ms Louise Webb)

KATE Webb-Brown was born April 29, 1983 was raised in St. John’s, Newfoundland.
Kate’s parents (Louise Webb and Bernard Brown) afforded both my brother, Borden, and myself the opportunity to attend a yearly summer camp in Northern Ontario where we learned extensive life skills.
Kate presently lives in Upper Coverdale, New Brunswick, with her life partner Andrew MacPherson and their cat “Taco”.

Kate is a graduate from the National Laser Institute in Boston as a Laser Technician and also a graduate of the Ally Beauty Academy as a medical aesthetician. She is the lead medical aesthetician at Sparkle Lifestyle and MediSpa in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.
Samuel Okley Amoako

Samuel Okley Amoako

(son of Emmanuel Amoako)

SAMUEL Okley Amoako is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs Amoako. He was born on Thursday, April 21, 1994, at the Police Hospital in Accra in the Greater-Accra Region of Ghana. His father is currently the Secretary of the Webb of Excellence Welfare Fund.

He holds a BSc. Computer Science from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi, Ghana.
In 2013, he did some internship at the ICT Department of the Graphic Communications Group Limited, publishers of the Daily Graphic, the nation’s best-selling newspaper to learn, at firsthand, the operations of ICT in the newspaper and book industry.
By dint of hard work and determination, Okley did not only excel in his academic work at the University but also signed up to the Founders Institute in Accra and commuted between Kumasi and Accra on weekly basis – a journey of 248 km – and was proudly awarded a Certificate for Start-Ups by the Founders Institute – an honour that came with several benefits and networks across the world.
He is also the founder of a digital publishing organization (www.newsbag.xyz) offering services through the website. The project is still in its formative stages.
Before entering the University, Okley successfully completed a four-year Senior High School education at the Legon Presbyterian School between 2008 and 2012 where he obtained the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).
He also had his primary and Junior High School education at the Jack and Jill School at Roman Ridge in Accra where he obtained the Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE) in 2007.
A consistently dependable team player, Okley has a great intellectual curiosity, passion for global events and an adventurous spirit. He is committed to using his acquired skills and knowledge to further the course of humanity.
His dream is to pursue a Masters in Electronic Technologies Program. He also loves heavy metal music.

Louise Afokai Tetteh

(daughter of Sammy Tetteh)

LOUISE Affokai Tetteh is the daughter of Sammy and Naa Ohenewa Tetteh. She was born on the Saturday morning of June 11, 1977.

She started her preschool education with the Achimota Preparatory School. At grade 4, her father enrolled her for the 1989 Common Entrance Examination. Louise excelled in the entrance examination and was admitted in Accra Girls Senior High School and studied General Arts in 1989.

She completed her West Africa Examination Certificate in 1994 and continued her studies at the Ghana Institute of Journalism (1995) where she read Public Relations, Crisis Management and Personal Communication.

Her savvy gained her the opportunity to work with Schweppes Ghana Limited from 1996 to 1998 as a Marketing Personnel and Front Office Assistant and later joined Coca-Cola Ghana Limited from 1998 to 2002.

Louise shifted her interest from corporate system to Early Childhood Education as that was her real core and passion. Though she was employed by the Community for Socio-economic and Agricultural Development [CRESAD] as a front office representative and center supervisor, she took on the challenge of caring for the women farmers children during the day and has been organizing skilled training sessions on vacation for the youth in the district since 2002 to date.

Louise, whose Godmother is Eleanor Louise Webb (founder of the Webb of Excellence Welfare Fund), is currently working with ‘We Care In Him’ (a Non-Governmental Organization into Early Childhood Education) as a Resource Person in Sunyani in the Brong-Ahafo Region in Ghana. She has been in the Early Childhood Education system for 10 years and counting. She is a single mom of a teenage son Godfried Adepa.

Louise has this tenacity of effectively managing resources, prudent to add value to any organization that affords equal opportunity for career development and committed in all endeavors. She is hearty, articulate and has excellent interpersonal skills.

Desma Soga

Desma Soga

(daughter of Dr Edward Soga)

MISS Desma D. D. Soga is currently a PhD Landscape Studies candidate of the Department of Horticulture at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi.

She already holds a BSc. Agriculture and Msc. Floriculture from the same University. Desma worked with Hortserve Landscape Consult from 2012-2015 as the Assistant Floriculture and Landscape Designer Manager before leaving to pursue further studies.

As a student President of Ghana Institute of Horticulturist and a member of the Federation of African Women in Education in 2007, it was our mission to empower the girl-child in science, mathematics and technology.

Desma helped in the selection and monitoring of these girls from JHS through SHS into the tertiary education. She also helped in organising workshops for women in science at the tertiary level in the Kumasi Metropolis.

In addition, she exercises initiative, an excellent team player and a personable individual. Desma also enjoys listening to music and creating stunning floral arrnagements.


Sampson Kodzo-Tei Canacoo

(son of Dr Gabriel Canacoo)

BORN on in Accra on August 26, 1996, Sampson Kodzo-Tei Canacoo holds a BSc. in Mechanical Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). He graduated in the 2018-2019 Academic Year.

He is currently working as a Teaching Assistant in the same university as National Service person.
As part of his university education, he had the opportunity to intern at Hyundai Auto Plaza, Volkswagen Ghana and Porsche Accra Centre.
He grew up in Accra and had his secondary school education at St. Augustine’s College, Cape Coast where he studied Science.
He also had his primary and Junior High School education at Theorose School at Tantra Hill in Accra.

Sampson hopes to further his education and pursue a professional career as a mechanical engineer.