Prince Williams Oduro is the Executive Director of AfricaThriving International – ATI (Formerly African Rights Intiative International). His vision is a world where every individual feels part of the larger development; having a form of dignity characterized by innovativeness and strength; a world in which all people have the prospects to provide for their families and build a fulfilling life.
A very passionate youth leader, Prince is considered as one of the young great African rising leaders of his time. He is the Founder/President of the Leadership and Productivity Executive Development Institute and Awake Christian Men’s Network, a non-denominational Network of Christian men’s network dedicated to raising visionary and servant- leaders for the transformation of homes, institutions and governments. Prince is also the president of the Christian Credit Union, a banking resource for growing individuals, businesses and ministries across the country operated by Christian principles.
Prince is the main brain behind the Africa Policy Initiative for Sustainable Development in Oil and Mineral Producing Regions. He is a Youth Leader, Life Couch, Human Development Activist, Conference Speaker and a Writer. A teacher by profession, his message centers on purpose fulfillment, wealth creation, integrity, innovation, a sense of responsibility and selfless service to society.
Prince holds Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work and Political Science from the University of Ghana, legon with relevant knowledge in Community Development, working with children, working with individuals and groups, human rights, counseling, child psychology and industrial social work.
He believes that 99% of the success of Africa rests on the maturity of the African. “There is no future for Africa outside the borders of the continent”.
On 13th March, 2012, Prince’s works was recognized with an AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE by Students for the Advancement of Global Entrepreneurship (SAGE-GHANA) in recognition for his high standard of excellence for youth development in Ghana.
“Until a man comes to the realization that his life is important; first to the God who made him; then to his family, community, nation, continent and the world at large, that person will automatically play a lottery of his life and flash out of existence in no time”