title_imageAbout Timeline Trust LLC

Timeline Trust LLC has been the touch bearer when it comes to the provision of quality Test preparation services especially for test such as SAT, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, as well as licensure tests such as CGFNS, USMLE, etc. in Ghana. Timeline Trust is the first company to have officially advertised test preparation services in major newspapers in Ghana. As early as 2003 when it started operations on pilot basis, test prep was a reserve of the privilege and an activity for those who attended privilege schools. The term used then was ‘comsor’. Most tutors at the time run test prep as extra classes and only few tutors provided tuition. In September 2004, Timeline Trust then Royal Academy was granted college HS Code and thus became the first independent non second cycle institution to be accorded an HS Code by the Collegeboard, owners of the SAT. Timeline Trust thus became the first independent institution to provide both Lessons and Registration services in Ghana.

Other individuals through their association of Timeline Trust will go ahead to use their knowledge of contacts of Timeline Trust to acquire HS Code. Notable amongst these are Iddrisu Ali of Unique International Academy who was grafted into Timeline Trust in 2004 after his secondary education. Others who used knowledge of contacts of Timeline Trust to acquire HS Code include Globtrust and Reliance College.

Timeline Trust has provided leadership for an unregulated competition where most individuals and organization just copy what the leader does. Timeline Trust was the first to add Admissions, Scholarship and Financial Aid application services to its test prep lessons. Timeline Trust is also credited as the first independent organization to have started test prep services for graduate school admission tests such as GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT and licensure tests such as USMLE, CGFNS, etc.

Over the past years Timeline Trust has guided many people to successfully train abroad especially in the US, UK, Canada and other European countries with a success rate of 7 out of every 10 students enrolling into training programs on various percentages of scholarships including Academic and Athletic Scholarships.

Above all the achievement of Timeline Trust is the discipline with which the program is run making sure that only students who are determined to enroll in Universities abroad are provided with service. This has distinguished Timeline Trust from the competition and has lead to a high success rate unlike the competition which concentrates only on taking students money and not the success of students.

Timeline Trust gradually is achieving its ultimate vision of becoming an Education Financing Company by 2020. Through the hard work of the current Programs Director, Richard C. Aryee and the Manager, Habiba Quansah, various synergies have been formed which is working with former Timeline Trust students abroad and institutions interested in higher education to establish a foundation to raise funds for the realization of an Education Financing Company which will provide funding for Ghanaian and African students to study abroad under a scheme where beneficiaries will pay back money spent on their education with interest over a long period of time after successfully graduating from a university abroad.

The Men and Women Behind Timeline Trust

These hardworking men and women combine their work abroad and in Ghana with the tasks at Timeline Trust and are putting in much efforts towards the realization of an Education Financing Company

Elyon Elohim

Elyon Elohim is the main personality behind the formation of Timeline Trust. Currently residing in North America and constantly traveling in and out of the country, he has delegated most of the activities involved in running the Company to the Programs Director. His believe in opportunities for all has been a major motivator for the aspirations of the Company to realize an Education Financing Company to take care of the needs of many students who are unable to enroll into higher education abroad due to inability to access enough financial aid. A scientist by profession, he loves nature and enjoys watching soccer. Elyon is a board member of Timeline Trust

Richard C. Aryee

Richard C. Aryee has been a major backbone for the running of Timeline Trust. His association with the Company dates back as far as the early days of conception of the company and has provided a lot of advice and research to grow the Company. Very strict, unpredictable and academically gifted, he has been involved with the day to day activities of the company driving all programs and making himself available when his time permits to teach. A student of Politics and a believer in continuous education, he inspires learning and development. He loves to write, read and to reason. Apart from education; Business, Film, Law and Politics are other areas of his interest. Richard C. Aryee serves on the board of directors of Timeline Trust

Lord Mark Barnes

Lord Mark Barnes lives in Europe and serves as our European partner. An Engineer by profession, Lord loves education and encourages young Africans to study hard and to take advantage of study abroad opportunities in Europe. He supervises all application to European Universities and provides interpretation to assist applicants to countries where English is not an official language. He is a speaker of a number of European languages and enjoys watching soccer. Lord Mark Barnes serves on the board of directors of Timeline Trust.

Habiba Quansah

The current Manager of Timeline Trust did not achieve her position on a silver platter. Habiba is an affable lady who inspires academic achievement. Habiba has had hands on training in management and computing and her quick learning ability has propelled her to her current position.She loves to sing and enjoy playing soccer. Her relative young age provides a conducive environment for her to relate to students and for her to know their problems and needs. She aspires to become a University professor and she is the current secretary to the Board of Directors.

Mrs. Constance Appiah

Mrs. Constance Appiah, a business executive joins the board of Directors of Timeline Trust with her rich experience as an international business woman. Her desire to see more girls educated is a big asset to Timeline Trust's efforts at equal opportunities for boys and girls. Since joining the board, she has worked tirelessly to increase the number of girls benefiting from Timeline Trust's services.Mrs. Appiah loves spending time with her family and enjoys cooking.

Mr. Nutifafa Yakor

Fafa joins Timeline as our Financial Director responsible for the monetary policy of Timeline Trust. His addition to the Timeline Trust team is a blessing to the long term goal of setting up an Education Financing. A beneficiary of Timeline Trust services, Fafa understands the importance of Timeline Trust services in the area of assisting students gain enough financial aid for their education abroad. For the few months that Fafa has associated with Timeline Trust, his brilliance and commitment to the aims and objectives of Timeline Trust gives hope of a great future for education financing in Africa. Fafa enjoys watching football and enjoy meaningful political discussions.

Mr. Kingsley Quansah

Mr. Kingsley Quansah joined Timeline Trust in February 2010. Mr.Kingsley Quansah serves as the operations manager for Timeline Trust as well as the Circulation Manager for The Timeline newspaper, Ghana’s first Opportunity newspaper. Kingsley is a regular writer for the newspaper and is one of the main personalities behind the early success of The Timeline. Kingsley enjoys watching and playing soccer and is an avid fan of Chelsea and the Black Stars of Ghana.

Miss Farida Wayo

Miss Farida Wayo joined Timeline Trust in February 2010 after successfully taking her lessons and test at Timeline Trust. Due to her discipline, hard work and interest in education, Farida was invited to join Timeline Trust to develop her interest and skills as she prepares for her tertiary education abroad or in Ghana next Fall. She currently serves as our KNUST correspondent. Farida loves teaching and reading.