Kelvin Kobina Fosu is a humanitarian and a level 1 Google-certified educator. He completed his Bachelor's Degree of Fine Arts from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana, majoring in painting. He then took a certification course on Computer Science Principles using App Inventor and one in Business Strategies for a Better World. He has an overarching goal of putting people and the planet over profit, and he believes in using intuitive tools for education and experiential learning.
Kelvin worked as a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) programs manager for the Girls Education Initiative of Ghana (GEIG). He developed the STEAM curriculum for students and assisted four in gaining web development scholarships at Soronko Academy in Accra. He also freelanced at Soronko Academy, leading a team of young girls to win the 'International Girls in ICT Day' celebration. Kelvin foundered AnybodyCanDevelop (ABCD) when he discovered that learners introduced to programming while at GEIG started finding other software of interest. Studying some of these tools led him to develop content focused on the arts and technology, using intuitive technology to democratise learning. His content is being used in 156 countries across the globe by people of all ages.
Kelvin is now a learning management associate lead at Brainiqs Projects Lab and a learning and development team member at GhanaTechLab. He creates content to help improve workers' and students' learning outcomes and has helped develop a mobile application curriculum for students and an artificial intelligence curriculum for GhanaTechLab's Africa Artificial Intelligence Accelerator program.