Kwame is from Jacksonville, NC where he is known by his birth name, "Andra Kinlaw". He attended North Carolina State University and received both his Masters Degree in Technology and International Development (MTID) and his undergraduate degree in Communications. Mr. Gyamfi is a former Fellows/Intern from the United Nations in New York where he worked with the United Nations Centre of Trade and Development (UNCTAD) to assist small to medium business at the EMPRETEC program in Accra - Ghana. In 2001, Mr. Gyamfi accepted a software engineering position at NASA headquarters where he developed financial and reporting applications for the Aerospace Division in Washington, D.C. In 2003, Mr. Gyamfi was one of the software engineers selected to join the NASA Integrated Financial Management Project (IFMP) team.
Mr. Gyamfi went on to work at various other federal agencies that include the Dept. of Defense, State Department and the Dept. of Labor where he currently supports the eGrants financial grant management system along with other software developers and analysts. Mr. Gyamfi is a husband and proud father of four children and currently resides in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. in Bowie, Maryland USA
Form and Function: Software Development for Government
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