Cyrus Senyo Gorson

Cyrus Senyo Gorson graduated from the University of Ghana with LLB degree in 1999 and went on to study at the Ghana School of Law. He was called to the bar in 2002.
He since worked with the Ministry of Justice and Attorneys General’s Department as a State Attorney on secondment to the Land Title Registry in Kumasi and Accra. In September 2006, Cyrus Senyo Gorson and his family left for the United States of America. He schooled at the Central New Mexico Community College and the University of New Mexico. In August 2012 he joined the Texas Department of Criminal Justice and moved to the Houston, Texas Area. Cyrus Senyo Gorson joined the Ewe Association of Houston that same year. He has been elected Secretary and later President in June 2018. Cyrus is excited about Houston Hosting the CEANA 2021 for the third time

Kwami Ladzekpo
Vice President

Dziwornu “Kwami” Ladzekpo a long-time member of Council of Ewe Association of North America (CEANA), Join Ewe Association of Dallas TX in 1996 and lead the entertainment department during the 2002 and 2008 CEANA convention. During my time as a member of the Dallas chapter, I coordinate most of the entertainment event and after the Ghana@50, I lunch and design the Ghana Association website and later hand over to the Executives. In 2011, I relocate to Houston Texas and then join the Ewe Association of Houston (EAH) in 2013. In 2018 I was then elected as Vice President working with the President to help promote the Association forward. I am also a member of two club in Houston 1. Winner Club and 2. People’s Club of Nigeria Houston First International Brunch where I serve as Chairman of the Audit and Budget Committee.

Hope Kokoroko

aka (de Don Koks) Moved to Houston Texas in 2015 and became a full member of the Ewe Association of Houston in 2016. I was elected as Treasurer in 2018.

Moses Abotsi

Moses Abotsi Joined the Association in 2010 and in 2013 he became the Assistant organizing secretary. He rose to become the Organizing secretary in 2015 – Present.