Sadik Antwi-Boampong (PhD): After graduating in the top percentile at Achimota School with the Ghana National Math and Science championship, Sadik earned a prestigious four-year scholarship to study at MIT where he received a Bachelor of Science degree from the Department of Material Science and Engineering. He also received academic instruction in Material Science Engineering at Oxford University through an exclusive MIT-Oxford Exchange program. Currently, Sadik is a Senior Process Engineer at Intel Corporation and holds a Ph.D in Chemistry with a specialization in Materials from Dartmouth College. At MIT, he was a recipient of the MIT Baker Foundation Fellowship that helped him pioneer the establishment of a community library in Nsuta equipped with 7,800 books and two desktop computers. He successfully executed this project by putting together a consortium of international and local stakeholders invested in global literacy to curb the declining level of education in the Nsuta community. By applying his leadership skills, Sadik was able to align stakeholders (principally, Books for Africa, the Nsuta community and the Deputy Attorney General of Ghana), built sustainable synergies and galvanized them to address the educational needs of the town. The success of his library project has become an inspiring model for other service projects and represents how young professionals can become agents of change through volunteerism. Sadik works actively with other Ghanaians to replicate the library project in similarly disenfranchised communities. Having worked with underserved communities to build a community library, Sadik understands the educational need in Ghana on a cellular level. He brings to Teach For Ghana a cross-functional background, a rare understanding of the complexities of educational reform and equally important, the intellectual distinction critical for the implementation of our goals.