He is a multipreneur and has been serving nations like Africa, Asia, and other Mediterranean countries with a missiological and philanthropic approach.

Dr. Tayo Emmanuel


Dr. Tayo Emmanuel serves as the Director of GRA_GHS, demonstrating nothing but passion and love for the marginalized communities lacking health infrastructures and inadequate health care. Dr. Tayo also has experience working as a philanthropist, author, conference speaker, and professional developer. As the Director of GRA-GHS, Dr. Tayo has raised awareness and led a team of global servant-leaders that are catalysts for change in medical missions, international conflict management, and mission resolution forum, health care complex challenges marked by globalization, addressing inadequate health care workers and resources and closing the health equity gap among the marginalized. With Dr. Tayo's leadership, GRA-GHS with local partners maximizes the limited healthcare resources to transform the wellness of the underserved population.

Mrs. Sarah Emmanuel


Mrs. Sarah Emmanuel is the co-director of GRA-GHS, an environmental scientist, and educator. She strongly advocates for individuals and families around the globe. Sarah is an entrepreneur and president of Family Development and Samaritan Foundation, Inc. (FDSF), a non-profit that stands to be a "voice to the voiceless." She works towards aiding orphans, educating young girls and women, and providing expectant mothers, children, and low-income families with sustainable resources. Through their leadership in GRA -GHS, Dr. Tayo and Mrs. Sarah tirelessly work to improve individuals' and communities' health by expanding their healthcare access. Their collaborations and connections with health and governmental officials in underserved communities have created a groundbreaking, innovative, and enrichment of opportunities that provide medical aid in Nigeria, Ghana, Uganda, Cameroon, and Jamaica, among many others. As the director and co-director of the Africa Entrepreneur and Socioeconomic Development Association (AESDA), they envision an African continent free from hunger, health inequality, and malnutrition by 2030 by providing a research-based policy solution that sustainably reduces poverty and end hunger and health inequality.