TFSL is driven by the dynamic leadership of the CEO, Josephine Saidu. She gained inspiration for this venture from growing up in a teacher household during her formatives years, and experiencing first-hand the impact of poverty on restricting access to quality education. Prior to this role, she worked as a Broadcast Journalist covering stories on issues affecting disadvantaged and underprivileged communities and, as a Communications Specialist, witnessed the adverse inequalities  children faced in rural areas which led to her service as an Ambassador and Advocate for educational justice and teaching excellence.

Josephine holds an MBA from Cardiff University – UK, a BA (Hons.) in Broadcast Media and Journalism from Birkbeck College – University of London, a Graduate Diploma in Marketing Management from the Chartered Institute of Marketers (CIMA) and a currently registered on a distant learning professional course in Early Childhood Education and Care at the University of East London.

Josephine currently sits on the School Reopening Readiness Working Group of the Emergency Education Task Force of the Ministry of Basic and Senior Education. (MBSSE), and supports national preparations, safety protocols that guide the implementation process as a part of the government’s overall COVID-19 response strategy.