The Humanitarian Awards Global (HAG), an organization dedicated to honoring individuals who strive to create positive change, has unveiled its prestigious list of 100 inspiring and influential change makers from Africa for the year 2022. Among these remarkable individuals featured in the annual publication is Dr. Genevieve Duncan Obuobi, an exceptional woman who has dedicated her life to transforming communities and empowering the next generation.

HAG’s mission is to inspire and motivate young Africans to challenge the status quo and make a difference in their respective fields. By highlighting the achievements of extraordinary individuals, the organization aims to reshape the narrative surrounding change makers in Africa. Through award ceremonies, educational initiatives, summits, and ranking publications, HAG strives to celebrate those who are genuinely inspiring the next generation of leaders, both within the continent and beyond.

Dr. Genevieve Duncan Obuobi, whose passion for women, SMEs & youth development, has made a lasting impact through her tireless efforts and unwavering commitment to improving the lives of the marginalized. Armed with a Doctorate in Business Administration, she has successfully combined her academic expertise with a deep-rooted desire to create sustainable change.

One of Dr. Genevieve’s most notable achievements is the establishment of the “T-Edge Hub” initiative, which is focused on building capacity in women-led business, skills training for the youth and strategic partnership across the globe for SMEs. Through this initiative, she has championed and implemented numerous programs aimed at providing soft skills, vocational training, and entrepreneurial support to those who need it most. Driven by her firm belief in the power of education and equal opportunities, she has helped countless individuals break the cycle of poverty and built a better future for themselves and their families.

Dr. Genevieve’s innovative approach to women, SMEs & youth development has attracted both local and international recognition. She has been instrumental in forging partnerships with local and international organizations to further amplify her passion for SMEs and financial empowerment of women.

Aside her core role as a consultant for SMEs and a corporate Trainer in Customer Experience and Leadership matters, Dr. Genevieve is also the President of the Women Intelligentsia for Service Excellence (WISE) Network International, Ghana Chapter. She has been a prominent voice in championing initiatives that promote equal opportunities and empowerment for women in male-dominated fields. Her unwavering determination to break down barriers has inspired countless young women to pursue their dreams, regardless of societal limitations.

Dr. Genevieve Duncan Obuobi’s recognition as an inspiring and influential change maker by HAG further solidifies her status as a true leader and catalyst for change. Her remarkable achievements serves as a testament to what can be accomplished through dedication, compassion, and a relentless pursuit of a better world.

As the world looks to the future, it is individuals like Dr. Genevieve who gives hope and inspiration to the younger generation.

Their unwavering commitment to creating positive change and empowering others serves as a guiding light for generations to come. Through the acknowledgment and celebration of change makers like her, HAG continues to shine a spotlight on the remarkable individuals who are shaping Africa’s destiny.


About The Humanitarian Awards Global (HAG):

The Humanitarian Awards Global is a prestigious organization dedicated to recognizing and honoring exceptional individuals who have made significant contributions to humanitarian causes. Through their annual publication, awards ceremonies, educational initiatives, and summits, HAG aims to inspire the next generation of leaders and foster a culture of change and social impact.


Genevieve Pearl


  1. Congratulations Dr. Genevieve, well deserved. You are a true inspiration and a great leader.

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