Dr. Kojo Amissah was inducted into the Class of 2020 Susan Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame and has over 30 years of professional experience in career development, leadership, executive recruitment, mentoring, organizational change within nonprofits, corporate organizations, State and Federal governments, and k-12 and higher education institutions. Kojo earned an Associate degree in Architectural Technology, a Bachelor's degree in Hotel and Resort Management and a Master's degree in Service Management from Rochester Institute of Technology, and a Doctorate of Management (DM) in Organizational Leadership from the University of Phoenix. He earned additional professional development certificates, including Grant Writing, Human Resource Management, Paralegal, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. He considers himself a lifelong learner who strives to continue challenging himself in all aspects of his life. One of his endearing qualities is his willingness to continue reflecting on his past in a genuine attempt to be a better leader and human being. Kojo's pride and joy is his daughter. He enjoys various activities, including reading, drawing, acting, producing music, playing soccer, cooking African dishes, taking long walks, and looking for ways to pay it forward and help others.