Girls Entrepreneurship and Tech.

Empowering young women entrepreneurs in Liberia

Quick Facts

Recruiting New GET Fellows

If you are a young woman between the ages of 18-35, longing to start or grow a business that touches lives and creates social impact, then apply below



Girls Entrepreneurship and Technology Program (GET) is designed to empower and encourage entrepreneurship and technology among young girls and young women in secondary school to university level and tertiary institutions in Liberia as a way of promoting innovation and fighting extreme poverty in our communities.

Program Components


Fund & Incubate

Share and Inspire

Current Fellows

Satta Wahab

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Satta also joined us in 2012 as a volunteer. She was in high school back then, but very passionate about empowering young girls to dream and pursue their dreams. Through our programs, Satta has been able to transform her passion into a reality. Today, after some six years, Satta has launched a natural hair product company to empower young women to feel and be beautiful. Not only is she creating economic value, she is challenging stereotypes and creating a path for other young women to follow.

Jessie Tarpeh

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Rachlee Leeway

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I am Reachlee Wonseh Leeway, 21 years and the Founder and CEO of Wonseh Designs, a Liberian clothing brand founded in 2016. Wonseh is my middle name in Gio (my tribe) means, “Good News”. Our brand seeks to inspire Liberians; most especially youth to embrace our culture by including African prints in our everyday lives.
Additionally, I am a senior student at the Stella Maris Polytechnic majoring Agriculture, and work at the Ministry Agriculture where I serve as a Fishery Monitor. I love singing, dancing and basketball.

Serina Chaya

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Serina Chaya is a crochet designer whose dream is to bring back the old fashion crochet into the modern fashion world in Liberia.
Upon her graduation from high school, her mother started to teach her how to crochet – a skill she had in turn learned from her aunt (Serina’s grandaunt). Serina, already in love with fashion, decided to explore different crochet styles and designs like swimsuits, bags, sandals, etc. Serina learned how to crochet in one day, and made her first bikini top. She then made bikini suits and bare foot sandals. In 2016, she signed up to have her crochet designs showcased during the Monrovia Fashion week, which gained a lot of traction.She later decided to start making deliveries and sales of her work. Now her goal is to expand her business and ideas by getting others that she can teach and work with to open a fashion house.

Simone Witherspoon

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I am a Junior student studying General Agriculture at the University of Liberia. I also work with The Carter Center Mental Health Program as a Health Assistant at one of the school based clinics.The Word is a clothing brand founded on the belief that words have the power to influence lives. Our mission is to use positive words and arts on their T-shirt to help our customers express themselves and inspire others through what they wear.The Word Inc is a company whose main focus is allowing people express themselves through what they wear. Words and arts have the power to effect one live and the lives of others both negatively or positively.

Passionate about using business to solve problems and empower young women in Liberia?