Mrs Tucci Goka Ivowi is an experienced business leader with over 18 years experience in marketing and general business management in the UK and emerging markets of Southeast Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. She has worked in various roles including SBU Director, Marketing Communications Director and Managing Director in one of the global leading FMCG companies. She has extensive experience in manufacturing (retail and consumer markets), and a depth of product knowledge across the value chain, specialising in coffee and cocoa. She is an advisor to government in building Public Private Partnerships (PPP), and currently part of a team tasked to establish a national commodity exchange.
Amongst her passions are growth and development; to that end, she is a mentor to several young professionals, and she shares her experience through different consulting roles to public speaking events. She is also a member of the ‘Executive Women’s Network’ in Ghana, an organisation which works to influence and drive policy changes with the aim of increasing the representation of women in senior leadership positions in Ghana.
She is an advocate for support of people with Mental Health conditions and through her foundation, Forty Lives, she is working with other organisations to promote the implementation of good mental health practices in Ghana. She is also active in church counselling and prison ministry, as she believes in the transformational power of support.
She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM UK) and her professional qualifications include a certificate in Leadership from London Business School. She holds a BA in Political Science and French from the University of Sussex and an MBA from Warwick University, both in the UK, as well as a Diploma from the Institute of Political Studies, in Aix-En-Provence, France.