My name is Jimmy Gyasi Boateng. I was born and raised in Bonwire the historical Kente cloth town of Ghana. I attended Phillips Commercial College in Kumasi, Ghana. After completion I came to Accra the capital of Ghana to find a job. Luckily I was hired by the Parliament House, National Assembly as a Clerical Officer. I worked with Dr. Kwame Nkrumah the first President of Ghana and his administration for one year before he was overthroned.I also worked with the second government of Ghana led by Dr. Kofi Busia and his administration. I was in Parliament for 10 years before I finally left for the State Insurance Corporation of Ghana as a Librarian. I came to the U.S.A in 1978 and I have worked at many factories and institutions amongst them the Microfibres Incorporation. I was chosen as the Associate of the year in 1996. I have been loyal to the company for 25 years.Also, I have worked for the Massachusetts Judiciary for 8 years as an interpreter through the Inlingua of Boston. I continue to work with TeamOps of the New England Patriots Football Team at Gillette Stadium. I had my Senior High School Equivalency Diploma from Cranston Public High School and continued at Rhode Island Trade Shops School where I graduated in 1982. I furthered my education at Genesis for Diploma in Culinary Arts in 2002. I have a certificate from the New England Gerontology academy.