Daniel Acquah

Founder and President

Daniel Acquah has Masters Degrees from the Catholic Graduate of Theology and Loyola Universities of Chicago. Daniel Acquah is Six Sigma Green Belt (SSGB) certified from DePaul University, Chicago. He also has certified in Employee engagement coaching and Lean Management from AHE, of which he is a member. Daniel has a certificate in DOT Hazardous Materials Training, HMT, and Radiation Awareness. Daniel has years of experience in the healthcare environment. He is a Process Improvement and Lean operation Expert and has undertaken a lot of projects to successful completion. Daniel has worked as a Logistics and Operations Support Supervisor at Northwestern Medicine in Chicago. Daniel wants to make sure that any woman or child who has diagnostic needs has access to one. Daniel believes that there is no wealth without good health, thus “Health is Wealth”.

Mrs. Antoinette Acquah

Co-Founder and Vice President

Anthoinette Acquah is a Nurse (Preventive) and a member of Ghana Nurses and Midwives Council. Her passion for good women’s health was born out of her experience as a Community Health Nurse that served the poor community members at the Kwesimintsim Hospital in Ghana.

Maj. Gen. (Ret) Charles Tucker Jr. JD

Member

Major General (Ret.) Charles E. Tucker, Jr., JD, is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the World Engagement Institute ("WEInstitute"). He previously served as the Executive Director of the International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI), Chicago, Illinois.  General Tucker's mission is to develop and promote the fundamental rights of peoples around the world through education, research, documentation, capacity-building, and advocacy. To accomplish this, he and the WEInstitute engage in contemporary human rights and rule of law research, training, and advocacy, as well as in post-conflict justice capacity-building programs and large-scale human rights documentation projects throughout the world. General Tucker prepares international students, professionals, and scholars for institutional capacity-building, rule of law and human rights careers by administering international institutional development projects, fellowship programs, special courses, internships, and research opportunities in Chicago and abroad. Prior to founding the WEInstitute, General Tucker served as an international rule of law and humanitarian law practitioner, mostly with the U.S. Government.