PLG has a nine-member Board of advisers made up of five (5) Women and Four (4) Men with diverse professional experience relevant to the core mandate of the organization, which provide policy guidance and advice to the leadership of the organization.


Human Rights Expert – Chair

Former district director for Commission on human rights and administrative justice (CHRAJ).He is also a
former anti-corruption investigator for northern region. He is currently the North- East regional director
for the commission on human rights and administrative justice (CHRAJ)


Educationist – Member

She is an educationist and a former assembly person for the wulugu electoral area in the west mamprusi


Medical Officer – Member

Dr. Seidu is a physician and a health policy planning expert. He works as a medical officer at the Bank of
Ghana hospital in Accra


Retired Social Worker- Member

She was the programs coordinator of SCHOOL FOR LIFE project in the west mamprusi municipal. She is
also a former director at the Walewale special school for the disable.


Development Planner – Member

He is the executive director of Peace for life Ghana and a former project manager at SKEGU Ghana. He has 8 years’ experience in Project Management, Organizational Development and an expert in women and youth interest advocacy


Human Rights Activist – Member

An experienced human rights activist, advocator for vulnerable and marginalized groups, and a citizen voice advocator. She has a strong desire to help empower the vulnerable and marginalized groups in society, especially women and girls. She is the founder and executive director of (Bendoweh Foundation), an NGO aimed at empowering women and girls to access their human rights. To gain the needed strong foundation experience for achieving her goals, she undertook volunteer work with the Domestic Violence and Victim Support Unit (DOVVSU) of the Ghana Police Service in Tamale in 2014 where she was recognized for her extraordinary commitment, support and counseling services to women and girls who came to lay complaints of violence or abuse in their relationships to the Unit. After her training on child protection with UNICEF in 2017, she put to practice the knowledge and skills gained by working with DOVVSU again on a child protection project in some communities in the Northern Region of Ghana.


Teacher/entrepreneur – Member

He is a professional teacher and a business man.


Industrialist – Member

She is the CEO of Ritadam ventures. Producers of organic Shea butter products. She has won many entrepreneurship awards organized by TECHNOSERV, USAID and SNV among others. She is a certified member of the Ghana National board for small scale industries (NBSSI).


Agric Economist – Member

She has Strong expertise in Value chain development ,Farmer to market and research linkages, Governance and sustainable development as well as Environmental impact assessment and Farmer Based Organization/ cooperative capacity development.