Bernice Dapaah is a serial award-winning young entrepreneur and a passionate advocate for building smart mobility systems in Ghana. She is the founder and CEO of the Ghana Bamboo Bike Initiative, which addresses environmental degradation through the production of bicycles using environmentally friendly resources. She was named a bamboo ambassador by the World Bamboo Organization because of her contribution to bamboo industrialization. She was recently crowned one of the Most Influential People of African Descent (MIPAD) and is now an alumnus Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum. Bernice is also an alumnus of the Harvard University’s Executive Education and Oxford Transformative Leadership programs. She has been honored with the World Entrepreneurship Forum’s Entrepreneur for the World Award for her impact on society and capacity to change the world. She gained her first degree in marketing at the Christian Service University in Ghana and is currently pursuing her masters in development management.