Rosalin Abigail Kyere-Nartey

Rosalin is an unwavering advocate for dyslexic individuals and the Founder and Executive Director of Africa Dyslexia Organization (ADO), non-profit organization is dedicated to raising awareness, advocacy, providing essential educational tools to teachers and parents, and offering support for individuals grappling with dyslexia and related learning disabilities.

Discovering that she is dyslexic at 30 years old, Rosalin then understood why it was difficult to start reading and writing until she was 17 years old. She made it her life’s purpose to work as an inclusive education advocate thus founded ADO due to her own struggles with learning growing up. The Africa Dyslexia Organization was born, aiming to address the challenges she herself faced.
Recognizing the pressing need for dyslexia knowledge and training among educators and parents in Ghana and across Africa, Rosalin took bold steps. In 2020, during the global COVID-19 pandemic when schools were shuttered, she intensified her advocacy efforts.

She holds an MSc in International Hospitality Management from Swiss Hotel Management School in Switzerland. She is Walt Disney Hospitality Leadership Fellow and currently a Lead Consultant at iQ Mundo and Country Rep for Swiss Education Group in Ghana, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Her multifaceted expertise and her commitment to inclusive education position her as a beacon of hope, igniting positive change for dyslexic individuals across Africa.

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