There are many milestones a person wants to accomplish before the age of 30. Many young professionals dream of becoming successful in their field in their 20s so they can transition into the next phase of life and become more stable. One Ghanian woman became the youngest woman in the country to launch her own accredited college.
Twenty-eight-year old entrepreneur and business coach Caroline Esinam Adzogble is the youngest woman not only in Ghana but in all of Africa to launch her very own accredited international college, Potters International College based out of Accra, Ghana. She started the educational institution in 2016 at the age of 22. Her goal was to create a place that could offer career training programs to current working professionals and students for jobs in the tech field. Adzogble was still studying business administration and computer science in college when she initially launched the school in 2012 as an IT training institution.
Adzogble is also the founder of IAES Africa, a platform for international student recruitment and institutional partnership that has recruits across 43 countries. She is also the president and co-founder of Caroline University and runs several other businesses while being a global advocate for education and the president of Mercy Heart Foundation, which provides merit-based scholarships for students to study abroad on a tuition-free basis. Her other ventures include Admission in 30 Minutes, Everyday Travels and Tours, and Caroline Technology Solutions.
“I am on the quest to uplift education within Africa and beyond, to make education the most accessible and affordable to students located in over 146 countries,” said Adzogble in a local interview according to Face2Face Africa.
She is also the CEO of the Caroline Group, a major business conglomerate originating from West Africa, Ghana, and is one of the largest in the education sector across the region.