Aurelia Abena Attipoe is a graduate of Computer Science and Statistics from the University of Ghana.
Through internships and projects, she has had experience in Project Management, Technology,
Marketing and Sales with companies in Ghana, Cameroon, Nigeria and the United Kingdom. Aurelia is
the Founder of Pitch Hub, a social enterprise that focuses on equipping young entrepreneurs between
the ages of 18 and 35 with soft skills necessary to grow their business and social enterprises. She
presented this project at the 2017 Global Youth Forum held in Dubai and emerged the overall winner. In
2018, Ms. Attipoe interned with Bank of America/Merrill Lynch during the summer and will be joining
the bank as an employee in 2019. In the same year, she was invited to present a progress report on
Pitch Hub in Paris as part of the 2018 Global Youth Forum.
She has always lent her voice and strength to initiatives that empower women and young people.
Aurelia was selected to be a panelist at the 2018 Women Arise Summit, an initiative founded by Lady
Rosa Whitaker Duncan-Williams held alongside Action Chapel’s Annual Impact Convention’s hosted by
founder and General Overseer Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams. Ms. Attipoe was selected as a
diplomat for the 2018 Cohort of the Young Diplomats of Ghana, she is a social activist and an
entrepreneur who seeks to transform Africa and the world.