Livingston County Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Chief Justice of Ghana, Her Ladyship Georgina T. Wood visit to Upstate New York with a dinner hosted by Chamber President, Cynthia Oswald and the Chamber Board of Directors.
"We were both pleased and honored to partner with SUNY Geneseo in welcoming Her Ladyship, the Chief Justice of Ghana, Georgina T. Wood to Livingston County and the beautiful Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York!", declared Chamber President Cynthia Oswald. Her Ladyship was invited by SUNY Geneseo to serve as their annual Kenneth Roemer Lecturer on World Affairs. Chief Justice Wood spoke to a crowd of over 300 students, dignitaries and community members on, "The Dynamics of Law and Development in Ghana: The Case for Judicial Reform in an Emergent Democracy".
The Livingston County Chamber of Commerce has a Memorandum of Friendship for Business, Education and Cultural Development with the New Juaben Traditional Council and Municipal Council.
SUNY Geneseo 2010 Kenneth Roemer Lecture on World Affairs, Wednesday, March 31st. Left to Right: SUNY Geneseo President, Christopher C. Dahl, Chief Justice of Ghana, Georgina T. Wood and Fulbright Scholar, Eva Tagoe-Darko
At the dinner the newly formed New Juaben Chamber of Commerce was recognized and the Interim President, Nana, Dr. Victor Berko Boateng, was presented two Leadership books for their Women's Leadership Committee by the American Association of University Women. Left to Right: SUNY Geneseo College Fulbright Scholar Exchange with KNUST, Eva Tagoe-Darko,
Chamber Chairwoman Bonnie Swanson and President Cynthia Oswald present Her Ladyship with a Certificate of Appreciation on behalf of the Livingston County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
Honorable Justice, Victor Dotse, presents Chamber President Cynthia Oswald a gift of framed Kente Clothe on behalf of the Chief Justice and the Judicial Service of Ghana.
Cynthia Oswald, IOM
Livingston County Chamber of Commerce
Livingston County Education Alliance