Bernard Fianku - chief advisor

Bernard was born in a small village along Lake Volta in Ghana and was sent to live with an aunt and her husband at the age of nine. During that time he was subjected to child labor until he was able to move and continue his education. Bernard went on to attend International Theological Seminary where he studied faith-based counseling in addition to biblical studies. He earned a degree in counseling and certificate in addiction, grief, and behavioral therapy and later went to the University of Ghana to study economics and sociology. Bernard Fianku lives in Accra, Ghana and has spent his career improving the lives of others.  He has been involved in various avenues of counseling as well as leadership positions for groups devoted to children's causes.  This includes a director of an academy along with creating programs, services and vocational training for orphaned children.  Today, he is Country Director for a group rescuing enslaved children and CEO of a Soccer Club he founded for homeless children.  

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