Helping Immigrants and Minorities Succeed.

Our Mission

At Master-Pieced Inc, we are on a mission to help immigrants and minorities (BIPOC) succeed by providing them with the necessary tools, resources, and guidance to integrate seamlessly into the USA. We believe that everyone deserves a fair chance to thrive and achieve their full potential in their adopted home, regardless of their background or circumstance.

Our Vision

Be among the top 10 resources hubs for immigrants and minorities.

Our comprehensive programs and valuable educational resources are designed to help you overcome the challenges that come with adapting to a new culture and environment. We collaborate with organizations and individuals to build a strong support network for you in the USA, creating an inclusive environment that embraces diversity and fosters a sense of belonging for all.

From humble beginnings to Masterpiece...

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My journey began in Accra, Ghana from humble beginnings but it didn’t end there. Despite my big dreams, it was when I got to America that I saw the opportunity to live my dreams. Yes, it hasn’t been smooth sailing, but I am learned so much and I can certainly say that it is possible to live your dreams. I am a true testament of a masterpiece in the making. My passion in life is see others also discover their potentials and equip them to do remarkable things and lead significant and fulfilled lives – that is what inspires me about Master-Pieced is about.
TinaGrace Kufour...

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Our Values

We empower immigrants and minorities (BIPOC) to succeed in the USA.
Through our honest, transparent, and ethical approach, we are accountable to the communities we serve, our donors, and partners. We respect everyone’s potential and treat them with equality and dignity, assuming they have value and integrity. Our leadership enables you to make the most of the opportunities available, and to contribute to their communities both locally and globally.

At Master-Pieced Inc, we are dedicated to guiding immigrants to achieve career success, as we believe that this is an essential part of integration. Through our resources that help immigrants integrate, we provide expert advice and a supportive community that helps newcomers like you build the skills and confidence needed to pursue their career goals and excel in their chosen field.

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We uphold ethical values & conduct business with transparency and honesty. We are accountable to the communities we serve, our donors & partners, while helping immigrants and minorities succeed.

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We strive for excellence in all our endeavors and work tirelessly to achieve our mission, providing high-quality programs and resources that meet the unique needs of our clients.

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We value diversity and inclusivity, treating everyone with respect and dignity, and recognizing their unique potential to contribute to society.

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We lead by example, empowering individuals and communities to achieve their goals and thrive, while promoting positive change and social justice.

Our Team...

Our Board Members

Our Board members come from a diverse professional and philanthropic backgrounds. They are committed to supporting Master-Pieced’s and its strategic initiatives and leveraging corporate, non-profit and philanthropic relationships to ensure sufficient resources is available to advance our impact, as we strive towards helping immigrants and minorities succeed through our programs in the communities we serve.

Board members share the belief that every person is endowed with potential and deserves to live life to the fullest as a masterpiece. They believe in the strength and tremendous abilities of our immigrant and minority communities, the hard work and diverse perspectives that we all bring to the table to make America great, and a conviction that this same global diversity will help to solve the challenges that lay before us. Our vision is of a United States where immigrants and minorities can seamlessly integrate into the professional workforce and the fabric of American life and be recognized for the value they bring.

TinaG Kufour – Executive Director
A Human Resource Leader, mentor, Maxwell International Certified Coach and Speaker. She is passionate about developing people and building community. She is always looking for opportunities to help others succeed. Combining her experience as an immigrant and an inclusive leader, Tina delivers a practical approach to experience to help others discover their potential, live their best life and find their life purpose.

Cecilia Nimako , Treasurer
Professional Accountant with extensive experience in managing small companies financial operations, accounting practices, month-end close procedures and financial reporting. Have helped companies implemented strong internal controls, proper accounting practices, process improvement strategies, forecasting, budgeting procedures and among others to better manage cost, increase revenues and improve the bottom-line.
Accountant, CPA

Cynthia Nyarko Nurse, Director Fundraising
Nurse, Financial Advisor and Speaker

Rosemond G. Amoateng, Secretary
Nurse. Married with 3 kids and loves reading and singing.

Akosua Asante, Marketing/Fundraising Committee
Experienced Quality Assurance Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the food production industry. Skilled in Sensory Evaluation, Management, Continuous Improvement, Food Processing, and Strategic Planning. Strong quality assurance professional with a Masters focused in MBA from Concordia University-Wisconsin.

Gloria Darku, Entrepreneur
A passionate and motivated entrepreneur. Currently leads a community-based charity in Ghana which support elderly and young disabled children. Married with 2 kids and lives in the UK.

Helen Obeng- Marketing/Fundraising Committee
Nurse, event planner and entrepreneur.

Joseph G. Marfo, Director , Marketing Committee
IT Consultant/Entrepreneur

Formerly, a Branch Manager, Joe has transitioned into the IT world and works as a consultant.

Aba Cato Andah MA, MBA, LMHC – Marketing Committee
Licensed mental health counselor with the state of Florida. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry, an MBA and a Master’s degree in Counseling. She is the founder of Chrysalis Counseling & Coaching. She is the author of the best-selling book: Reflections of a Hopemonger.

Dr. Vivian Yakpo Newton – Marketing Committee
Student Success Coach & Adjunct Professor,
Polk State College – Experienced success coach, author, and a speaker with a demonstrated history of working with students and parents from a diverse academic, socioeconomic, and cultural backgrounds. Responsible for planning, developing, and individual academic advising assistance.

Our Advisors

Our advisors are changemakers from a range of fields, who share a deep commitment to help us succeed by helping shape our communities one person at a time.

Kwabena Ayisi, Business Strategist – Finance Committee
Business Strategy and Operations professional with training and experience in strategic planning and analysis, process improvement and project implementation. Experience includes working as a business performance consultant in financial services industries (Banking and Insurance) and leading diverse client teams. Experience in developing innovation strategies and platforms, and managing real estate investment portfolios and all aspects of the acquisition and development processes. 

Dr. Akwasi Ampofo – Finance Committee
Licensed CPA and fellow chartered accountant (FCCA). He is an expert in transactions advisory, accounting policy, and financial reporting under U.S. GAAP, and IFRS with over 20 years of experience. He is a resident expert in insurance accounting, business combinations, financial instruments, expected credit losses, revenue recognition, and leases GAAP. As a former staff of the Financial Accounting Standard Board (FASB), Akwasi led projects in insurance, financial instruments, and XBRL. He volunteers as an Adjunct Professor of Accounting and Finance at University of Connecticut. He is a motivational leader, team player, and highly experienced insurance and financial services professional currently serving on AICPA Insurance Experts Panel and ACLI Accounting Committee.

Zoe Baraka, Marketing/Fundraising Committee
Creative Director – Storyteller and video producer.

Our Commitment...


Master-Pieced Inc is committed to fostering a community that embraces diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility through the programs we offer. We affirm one another’s differences by honoring the many cultures, perspectives and experiences that we bring – through our programs and engagement with the communities we serve, and our efforts to create and amplify a culture based on acceptance and inclusivity, we believe these values will lead us toward a more equitable society.

Our Future
We recognize that our DEIA efforts will be ongoing and evolving, and we commit to making it a priority to regularly evaluate our organizational practices, programming, communications, hiring practices and accessibility of our facilities through the lens of our DEIA values. Now and in our future, we will continually work to create an inclusive and inspiring experience where all are welcome and feel valued.

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October 2 - 31

Field & Main Bank is awarding $20,000to a Lexington area 501(c)3 through their new initiative: Community & Cause.

We’re relying on you – our community – to help us win!

The organization with the most tallied votes will be recognized as the winner receiving $20,000 and a media package.

This award would have a major impact on our work, so we’re rallying community support to help us win.

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October 2 - 31

Field & Main Bank is awarding $20,000to a Lexington area 501(c)3 through their new initiative: Community & Cause.

We’re relying on you – our community – to help us win!

The organization with the most tallied votes will be recognized as the winner receiving $20,000 and a media package.

This award would have a major impact on our work, so we’re rallying community support to help us win.

Field and Mainbank Vote for Master-pieced