Rosalin Abigail Kyere-Nartey is a dedicated and passionate advocate for inclusive education and support for individuals with dyslexia. As the founder and executive director of the Africa Dyslexia Organization (ADO), she has worked tirelessly to increase awareness and provide assistance to those with dyslexia, particularly in Ghana and across Africa. Rosalin's own experiences with dyslexia inspired her to become a leading voice for individuals with dyslexia in Ghana and across Africa. She discovered her dyslexia at the age of 30, which gave her a new understanding of the challenges faced by individuals with dyslexia. Determined to make a difference, she founded ADO with the goal of working with schools, parents, and educators to provide counseling, professional development, and connect individuals with inclusive education experts. In her role at ADO, Rosalin has been instrumental in advancing the cause of dyslexia awareness and support in Ghana and across Africa. She has worked with the media to demystify the spiritual connotations often associated with dyslexia and deepen the public's understanding of this learning disability. Through her advocacy efforts, she has inspired over 3,000 parents and educators on how to support and assist individuals with dyslexia. Her contributions have been recognized by the Ghanaian Ministry of Education, which selected her to participate in the review of the country's inclusive education policy. As part of her ongoing efforts to support individuals with dyslexia, Rosalin aspires to establish a comprehensive Dyslexia Resource Center in the next 3-5 years. This center would provide training and resources to teachers, school administrators, and parents to help them better manage students with learning difficulties. Rosalin is a Hospitality and International Education Consultant and holds an MSc in International Hospitality Management from Swiss Hotel Management School and is a Walt Disney Hospitality Leadership Fellow. She is also a lead consultant at iQ Mundo and serves as the country representative for Swiss Education Group in Ghana, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.