Hillary Sarah Andoh
Hillary Sarah Andoh is a change agent, activist and a facilitator. Her passion for service to her community is especially cemented by her spirited dedication towards Africa.
Over the past decade, Hillary has devoted her time and efforts to assisting with the structuring and maturation of the Ghanaian fashion industry. She also spearheads and facilitates discussions on branding, public relations and the business of fashion.
Through her proprietary motivational workshops, Hillary has utilized her creativity and communication skills to promulgate successfully the need for education and literacy, particularly among the youth. She is a staunch believer in effective collaboration and synergistic partnerships that yield measurable results and impact the nation as a whole.
Hillary has collaborated with organizations such as American Women for International Understanding (AWIU) and LEAP for Ghana on many women empowerment and development projects, partnered with brands such as Ghana Fashion & Design week and Committed Optimistic Leading Ladies Transforming Society (COLTS) conference, and taught and mentored students from several institutions including Radford University College, LaGuardia Community College, Coolidge High School and Burke High School.
Prior to her consultancy, she held various roles at reputable law firms such as Paul Weiss LLP, Patton Boggs and Crowell & Moring.
Hillary holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies with an Economics concentration from American University, Washington, D.C and is a certified speaker of the Washington School of Protocol. She also serves as the chair of the Washington D.C. Chapter of the American Women of International Development non-profit organization.