Growing up in a rural area, i saw many people carrying firewood on their heads, weeding with hoes and cutlasses. In schools, the only punishment I knew was weeding, which made me perceive farming as a punishment. I never liked farming because it was for men and old women. When I completed the university, farming was not an option for me and most of my friends despite easy access to land because of the negative perception. Traveling outside my country became a part of my life. I saw the other side of life when I saw the relevance of farming and the opportunities available, i couldn’t keep quite anymore, i had to do something. The average age of a farmer in my country is 55. Where are we going to get food in the next 10 years when these farmers are no more. My country faces high youth unemployment because we all are in search of white collar jobs. I want to make a generational impact hence my passion for my job, thus to transform the mindset of the young woman on farming and equip her with the relevant entrepreneurial skills that will help her to be able to provide for herself, family and the community at large. My dream is to see a Ghana where the young woman embraces farming as a means to sustainable livelihood. In 2012, I founded an organisation called DIF which has two major successful on- going projects under the Impact Ghana initiative, the” Leading Models” and the “Pupils world”. In my search for ideas, solutions and skills to be able to be an efficient and effective leader, i came into contact with kanthari. I become happy when someone looks at me and says “because of you, I didn’t give up”.