Ghana (Regent University College of Science and Technology) Regent Alumna Named among 100 Most Inspirational Global Future Female Leaders

Regent alumna, Innocentia Dogbe, Head of Credit Cards at Standard Chartered Bank Ghana, has been named in the 2020 HERoes Future Female Leaders list. The list celebrates 100 inspirational women who are not yet senior leaders in their organisations but are making a significant contribution to gender diversity at the workplace. The 2020 HERoes Future Female Leaders list also includes London Stock Exchange’s Head of Primary Markets Israel, Justine Zwerling, HSBC Bank Argentina’s Head of Sales, Melisa Turano, Amazon Web Services’ Programme Lead, Ramat Tejani, Goldman Sachs’ Chief Operation Officer for Engineering Asia Pacific, Larissa Dudley. All the featured future leaders must identify as women at work and could be of any nationality and based in any country, and were either nominated by peers and colleagues, or put themselves forward. Nominations were reviewed by the HERoes judging panel, which includes Head of Yahoo Finance UK Lianna Brinded. The panel scored each person on the influence of their role, their impact on women inside and outside the workplace, and their business achievements. Other entries on this year’s list are Olivia Maguire, Portfolio Manager, JP Morgan Asset Management, Ana Perez, Senior Director Consulting, Oracle, Sally Keane, Head of Sales, LinkedIn. Kim Roell, Assistant Editor, BBC News & BBC Three, BBC, Jennifer Lee, Head of Technical Innovation, Audible, Alpha Mae Arias, Client Services Manager, IBM. Also included are Lin Yue, Executive Director, Goldman Sachs Asset Management, Mary Agbesanwa, Management consultant, PwC, Plaxedes Makura, ILDP Manager, Legal, Disputes, Herbert Smith Freehills South Africa, Joyce Cheng Assistant Director, Edelman Hong Kong, Katy Goodrich, Customer Success Director, Adobe, “Innocentia is council secretary for the Standard Chartered Bank diversity & inclusion council, and has been involved in the formulation of a D&I country plan for the past three years, alongside working with the various ERGs to activate programmes in line with the country plan”, her profile reads. “Dogbe began a partnership with Mentoring Women Ghana, an offshoot of Vital Voices, which focuses on providing young women with the opportunity to learn from more experienced women. Last year, she was selected by the US Embassy in Ghana to participate in Fortune-US Department of State Women’s Mentoring Programme. Through her work as an alumna of the Art Foundation Ghana’s Women’s Leadership & Human Rights Institute, Dogbe has trained women in rural areas on financial literacy, economic empowerment, and domestic violence.” Innocentia graduated from Regent University College of Science and Technology, Accra in 2010. We congratulate our Change Agent for this recognition and for driving change at the workplace.