Matilda Arhin is an international business consultant,an executive coach and a public speaker. Working with both private and public entities, she has experience in foreign relations, trade negotiations, diasporic engagement, and economic affairs. She is the founder of Ghana International Chamber of Commerce.
She completed her education in executive business management in Switzerland at Feusi Humboldtianum. Later, she moved into consulting where she has demonstrated her expertise in innovative team development, business relationship management, and event organization through several summits focusing on Africa, such as Center for Economic and Leadership Conference for First ladies in New York and the African Business Summit with former president John Dramani Mahama.
Her strong banking and IT background, in conjunction with her multilingual talents, have lent themselves to her work consulting for SMEs in a diverse range of global industries, including technology, energy and agriculture. Throughout her engagement, she is passionate about on improving social and structural conditions and works closely with nonprofit organizations for the advancement of education and health in Africa. She is a strong advocate for youth and gender issues.