Sabina Dankwa is Global Head of Technology Communications, Marketing & Philanthropy at Morgan Stanley. Previously, she was Vice President/Executive Director at Goldman Sachs where she led the Marketing and Communications function for the Engineering Division. Prior to this role, she was responsible for technology risk governance programs, focused on policies and standards, as well as regulatory and audit controls for the firm’s information and cyber security infrastructure.
She joined Goldman Sachs in 2007 as a Project Manager in the Global Services Strategic Management Group. In her role, she was responsible for developing processes to streamline the introduction and release of technology products and services to the firm.
Sabina transferred to Hong Kong in 2011 as a Technology Account Manager for the firm’s Securities and Operations Business. In this role, she served as a client advocate and the primary interface for technology strategy and initiatives.
In 2013, she became the Chief of Staff for the Technology Division, overseeing the general management, operations, and administration of the division for Asia Pacific Region. She returned to New York in 2015.
Prior to joining Goldman Sachs Sabina worked at AT&T and Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories as a Project Manager in New Business Development and Supply Chain Management.
Sabina has served on the leadership committee for the Hong Kong Women’s Network as well as the Technology Advisory Council for The Women’s Foundation in Hong Kong. She is currently co head of the Black Engineers Network at Goldman Sachs.
Sabina serves on various philanthropic foundations and initiatives. She serves on the board of the Young Leaders of FOCOS (Foundation of Orthopedics and Complex Spine) and volunteers time as an advocate for charitable organizations such as UNICEF, 14+ Foundation and Pencils of Promise, that builds schools in rural areas of Africa and Asia.
She sits on the Advisory Council for the Ghana Investment Summit, an organization that channels global investment opportunities to Africa, and promote Ghana as a gateway to investment in the region.
Sabina holds a joint MBA degree in Marketing and International Business from Rutgers University and Cambridge University. She graduated summa cum laude with a BSc degree in Finance and Marketing from Claflin University, SC.
Sabina is originally from Ghana, West Africa and now resides in New York City.