Jane Reindorf-Attoh is the CEO of World Trade Centre Accra. World Trade Centre (WTC) Accra is a private business organization which owns the license from the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) in New York to operate a WTC in Accra, Ghana.
Prior to joining World Trade Centre Accra, Ms. Reindorf-Attoh served as Deputy Chief of Party for a $15M USAID project responsible for the monitoring and achievements of programs that receive USAID funding for economic and agricultural development in Ghana. In this capacity, she co-managed a team of professionals who worked directly with Ghana’s Ministry of Trade and Industry to support the creation of the Ghana International Trade Commission, advise on trade policy reformation, and its implementation.
Before transitioning to a career in development, Ms. Reindorf-Attoh worked in the US Aerospace and Defense sector in Sr. Leadership roles for fortune 500 companies such as Airbus North America and BAE Systems. At BAE Systems, she served as an advisor to the International Business Development Unit and was a key contributor during the evaluation and negotiation of large infrastructure projects in Africa.
As a Senior Human Resources Manager at Airbus, Ms. Reindorf-Attoh provided strategic Human Resources counsel to the Chairman of Airbus North America, his Executive Team, and corporate functions. She also led Diversity, Inclusion and Employee Engagement activities for Airbus Group and its subsidiaries in the North America region; and was responsible for setting the Diversity and Engagement strategy enabling Airbus to attract and retain the best talent and build a culture of engagement, agility and innovation.
Ms. Reindorf-Attoh holds her M.S. in Management from the University of Maryland University College and B.S. in Human Resources Management from George Mason University in the U.S.