Alfred Godwin Adjabeng is a University of Cape Coast trained Environmental Scientist and also heads Reach Out to Future Leaders Movement, a community-development-based organisation that is responsible for ensuring that young people are educated, empowered and engaged for local development. School Farms Programs is their flagship project, a project that is empowering rural schools in Ghana to be food sufficient by creating community driven farms in order to grow what they eat. He is passionate about Social Entrepreneurship, Public Policy and Environmental Conservation and implores innovation, creativity, collaboration and social inclusion as sustainable tools to solving communities’ challenges. Alfred in 2012 was Volta Regional focal person for the development of the National Youth Manifesto and was also a member of the inputs documentation and coordinating Task force of the National Youth Manifesto. Alfred for his National Service, works with Development Challenge, Public Policy focus Think Tank under the office of the President of Ghana, where he is responsible for researching on Ghana’s socio-economic challenges and developing public policies to dress these challenges. In June 2015, Alfred was awarded Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders by President Obama and in 2014 he was among 23 young Africans awarded SETAfrica 2014 Fellowship by Makerere University Business School for their contributions in advancing Social Entrepreneurship in Africa.