Senyo Tettegah

Advisory Group Member

Senyo is an International education and development professional with a wide range of experience in the education sector; covering teaching, teacher training and coaching, curriculum development, qualitative research, impact evaluation, fundraising & grants management, policy research and design, advocacy & large-scale project management over the last decade.
He has extensively volunteered on education projects locally and internationally, including joining EduSpots as a volunteer in 2018 and leading the Kalpohin Spot from ideation. He was a member of the EduSpots’ staff team from 2019-2021, working with volunteers across the network to develop our first literacy and leadership programmes. Overall, Senyo has contributed to the design and implementation of several innovative solutions to challenges in rural education across 5 African countries, and have led and contributed to over 25 projects at varying scales to maximise education outcomes for numerous underserved pupils.
He currently leads Luminos Fund’s programme in Ghana, ensuring that thousands of children cut off education acquire adequate numeracy and literacy skills to be reintegrated into the school system and excel. He is also the creator and lead host a podcast called Let’s Talk Education Africa where he leads a team to publish engaging and insightful conversations around education practice and research on the continent. In his free time Senyo takes photos (@senfotos) reads, listens to music and travel.