Alice Amegah is passionate about employer engagement in education, school-career guidance and counselling, skills development, and bridging the gender gap in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) and technical and vocational education and training (TVET). She is an experienced adolescent health counsellor and teacher who has supported and taught young people in a range of settings across Ghana. She volunteers at Education and Employers to engage with public schools across the UK as part of her contribution to challenging stereotypes among young people. She is a PhD in education candidate at the University of Cambridge. Her PhD research aims to understand and explain the lived experiences of young women pursuing STEM-TVET in Ghana. As a young leader at the Forum for World Education, she has spoken on issues concerning student resilience and motivation and her efforts in improving digital education in Ghana. She continues to engage policymakers and practitioners in Ghana and around the world to bring about the change she envisions.