Madam Beatrice Mensah – Tayui has been honored by Illinois legislative black caucus foundation for her great contribution towards building relationships between the legislative and other organizations in Ghana.
Mrs. Beatrice Mensah Tayui is a seasoned Chief Executive Officer leading and operating cutting-edge businesses on the international landscape with a focus on oil and gas in Sub-Saharan Africa. Her business acumen has placed her in a position to serve on several corporate and foundation boards. She is an Economist and an investment strategist, with high corporate acumen and a keen eye for niche opportunities in the oil and gas sector. Her strengths include international and domestic business acquisitions and joint ventures, business turnaround, and analysis of business trends, as a tool for investments. She specializes in corporate restructuring. She demonstrates excellent leadership, interpersonal and problem-solving skills. Her assertive and distinctive aptitude in business is credited to her self-imposed commitment to excellence.
Prior to establishing her own global businesses, she held executive leadership positions at several Fortune 500 companies (Pfizer, Hoffman La Roche, Johnson, and Johnson).
Mrs. Beatrice Mensah has dedicated her career to being a force for change and excellence in corporate governance, with a keen eye on support for women’s initiatives globally. Her business acumen and distinctive leadership skills have won her several awards from organizations globally. As a phenomenally successful businesswoman, she has founded and operated several businesses.
In January 2023 she hosted a delegation of legislators from Illinois in Accra and took them on a tour across the country and introduced them to strategic leadership and diplomats in the country which includes the USA ambassador to Ghana. She has been a great advocate for international relations and due to her support during their visit, the legislative delegation honored her for her contribution.
Illinois is a midwestern state bordering Indiana in the east and the Mississippi in the west.