Chapter Founders

Dr. Bryan Cox


Dr. Bryan Cox, Doctor of Chiropractic (D. C.), has a B.S. degree in Kinesiology from James Madison University with a concentration in sports management and exercise science. After receiving his Bachelors degree he went on to receive his Doctorate degree from Life University, school of Chiropractic in Marietta, Georgia, U. S. A. He has been a competitive body builder, an American football player, and also competed in track and field events in the 80’s and 90’s. As a student Dr. Cox was the Eastern Regional Representative of the Student African American Chiropractic Association, and he is now the Assembly Representative for the International Chiropractors Association for Ghana and has been honored as the first and only chiropractor of African descent to be a Distinguished Fellow of the International Chiropractors Association. The organization has been in existence since 1926 and is the oldest chiropractic association in the world. He has been a Doctor of Chiropractic since 2002 and decided to come to Africa to help educate the people of Ghana about Chiropractic and provide spinal health care. Since 2003 Dr. Cox has helped grow Chiropractic in Ghana. His office got license to operate in January, 2006. His message is simple, “the power that made the body, heals the body”. During his time in Ghana, his practice (Spinal Clinic Limited) has treated thousands of people. Dr. Cox has treated the elite of the Ghanaian community from government leaders to municipal chiefs. People all over the world come to receive care from his offices. Dr. Cox has provided education and training for the business sector, schools, churches, Government employees, S. O. S. Children’s village, Help Age Ghana and other NGOs about spinal health and healthy living. Dr. Cox also appears on a number of national and international television and radio stations, where he gives spinal health advice to the public. Dr. Cox was also invited to Liberia to treat the personnel of the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL). Dr. Bryan Cox is also the Founder and President of Chiropractic Around the World (CAW), an NGO which is dedicated to spreading spinal health, exercise and healthy living and the establishment of a Chiropractic School in Ghana. Dr. Cox is the author of the book entitled “Love Your Spine” (approved by Ghana Education Service), that educates people about the importance of the spine, and gives simple suggestions and/or recommendations that would help alleviate problems in the spine and prevent future spinal conditions. Dr. Cox and Spinal Clinic Ltd. have also been inducted into the Ghana Customer Hall of Fame.

Jonathan Akuamoah


Currently Jonathan is the CEO/Founder of TEAM CSR Ghana a consultancy that helps companies identify execute and measure impactful community projects as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility.

His non profit company has worked with major corporate such as Coca Cola, Vodafone, CHASE Petroleum, Goldkey Properties, Ocean Microfinance, MTN, Okyeame Kwame Foundation and many more. 

He served for 3 years as Country director for United Way in Ghana, eight years performance at United Way of Metro Atlanta and as Executive Director at Quest 35 Inc. in the U.S.A, spearheading these agencies growth and success in many major initiatives.

During his leadership at United Way Ghana as the Executive Director, In less than One year he was able to bring in Corporate partners such as MTN, Vodafone, Airtel, Shoprite, Cummins, Chase Petroleum and many others. This transformed UWG signature event Day of Caring to great heights with new Media partners such as ETV, GTV, TV3, TV Africa, Daily Graphic and many more joining the yearly event. Under his leadership UWG established itself as the flagship for United Way Worldwide movement in West Africa. 

For eight years he worked in different capacities to help market and promote certain initiatives at United Way of Metro Atlanta U.S.A, specifically the Regional Commission on Homelessness. His work with the homeless has been documented on CNN and other news network.

His background in communications gives him a unique ability to articulate, promote, and showcase any agency or business agenda to the business community, non-profit sector, volunteers, and local stakeholders.

In his last employment in the U.S. as Executive Director of Quest 35 Inc., a 150 bed facility for chronically homeless men, women , and women with children, he was 

responsible for a staff of case managers with Masters in Social Work, as well as being responsible for fundraising, collaborations and every aspect of running a well established non-profit agency. 

Having had the pleasure of working in the non-profit sector and with the indigent population for more than 25 years, full time and part time, like the Butler Street YMCA, Milton Street Night Shelter, The Atlanta Union Mission, Nicholas House, Chris Kids, JFCS, and others has culminated in the founding of his non profit company TEAM CSR Ghana.

Even though he has lived in the United States for nearly 40years, Jonathan was born in Ghana and speaks his native language of “Twi”, fluently.

He has committed his life to helping the underprivileged and those in need and continues in that capacity in his home country Ghana.