Ms. Tetteh is a development professional and a Deputy Director at the Ministry of Trade and Industry with over 12 years of experience in trade and industry policy. She has expertise in the promotion of development initiatives, providing innovative input for policy decisions and choices, conceptualizing, designing and implementing trade and industry projects, and supporting the growth and development of small- and medium-scale enterprises through business advisory services. Ms. Tetteh holds a joint master's degree in Development Studies and Public Policy from the International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague and Central European University, Budapest, respectively. Ms. Tetteh has contributed to the formulation of Ghana's Trade and Industry policies, which have had a significant impact on Ghana’s economy. In the last five years she has led the consultative processes for Ghana's Consumer Policy and the drafting of a Consumer Protection Bill. During her Fellowship year Ms. Tetteh intends to collaborate with academics and development practitioners to strengthen her skills on trade policy, enterprise development, leadership, strategic management and online redress systems so she can continue to empower and sustain businesses.