Riverside Foundation


Team Member

Mrs. Theresa Tawiah Anang is a dedicated professional who serves as the Head of Women’s Empowerment at Riverside Foundation. With a deep understanding of the challenges faced by women in Ghana, Mrs. Anang is committed to promoting gender equality and empowering women in all aspects of their lives.

With a focus on education, Mrs. Anang recognizes the importance of providing girls and women with equal opportunities to access quality education. She actively supports initiatives that aim to remove barriers and improve educational outcomes for girls, ensuring they have the knowledge and skills to thrive.

Mrs. Anang also plays a vital role in advancing women’s economic empowerment. Through her work, she seeks to create pathways for women to succeed as entrepreneurs and business owners. By facilitating access to capital, resources, and training, she helps women overcome hurdles and build successful ventures, driving economic growth and fostering self-reliance.

In the realm of politics, Mrs. Anang advocates for increased representation and participation of women. Recognizing the significance of women’s voices in decision-making processes, she works towards breaking down barriers and promoting equal opportunities for women to engage in political leadership roles.

Moreover, Mrs. Anang is passionate about addressing gender-based violence and supporting survivors. She collaborates with various organizations to raise awareness, provide assistance, and advocate for policies that protect and empower women in Ghana.

With her expertise, compassion, and dedication, Mrs. Theresa Tawiah Anang is a driving force behind the Riverside Foundation’s efforts to empower women in Ghana. Through her leadership and commitment, she strives to create a society where women are recognized, respected, and empowered to reach their full potential.