Temisan Johnny Adamite

Co-Founder/General Partner

Email: temisan@hazinaequitypartners.com

Temisan Johnny Adamite is the co-founder of Hazina Equity Partners, a global private equity firm positioned to be a catalyst in the major strategic shift in transforming investment from a functional focus to innovation for business and risk-adjusted returns.

Temisan's ability to take an idea and turn it into a reality distinguishes him from his colleagues. With a penchant to see threads of opportunity, he can strategically connect opportunities to drive business advantage.

His multicultural upbringing and global experiences make Temisan an inspirational leader whose personal and professional lessons inspire action. Temisan's leadership philosophy is grounded in service to humankind.

Previously as an executive assistant to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MF Capital Holdings Co Ltd, he directly reported to the CEO. He collaborated with key stakeholders to identify and implement strategies to improve operational processes for successful business outcomes. Temisan has over a decade of professional experience spanning from the banking industry and international investment firms.

Temisan holds a Bachelor of Commerce with a concentration in Management, Human Resources, and International Business from the Australia Catholic University in Sydney, a Certificate IV in International Trade from TAFE College. He is a candidate for a Master of International Business at the University of Sydney, Australia.

Joyce Williams


Email: joyce@hazinaequitypartners.com

Ms. Joyce Williams, Esq. is a multiple award-winning U.S. Supreme Court-admitted attorney. She is the owner of Armooh-Williams, PLLC, an internationally-recognized Project Development and Finance, International Trade and Commerce, Immigration Law, and Corporate & Business Law firm headquartered in the Washington, DC Metro area. The Co-Founder of Hazina Equity Partners, a global private equity firm- a catalyst in the major strategic shift in transforming investment from a functional focus to innovation for business and risk-adjusted returns.

A vibrant advocate, advisor, and international legal industry innovator, Joyce's legal career have included experiences at the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) in Incheon, South Korea; the International Law Institute in Washington, DC; the Kozolchyk National Law Center in Tucson, Arizona, and the Annapolis, Maryland-based SILLAC firm. In these positions, Joyce provided advisory services to countries and multinationals in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean on regional integration, harmonization of trade law, U.S Trade policies, and project development & finance. Joyce has also provided technical assistance to numerous projects that revolutionize existing commercial and trade strategies to attract substantial direct foreign investments effectively.

Joyce's speaking and writing engagements have enlightened audiences on various trending legal topics, such as regional integration, global migration, blockchain, international sales, international project development, and finance and mentorship in the legal profession.

Joyce is a Presidential Appointee to the American Bar Association's (ABA) Africa Law Council on Rule of Law Initiatives, Special Advisor on International Partnerships and Programs-African Bar Association, and Head of Diaspora-Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Policy Network, Ghana & Diaspora.

Joyce serves on the Executive Board of United Community and Asankrangwa Kroye Kuo. She is a member of the Global Advisory Board of The Institute for African Women in Law, African Diaspora Nation, and a Social Ambassador for Youth Advocates Ghana. An avid soccer fan and an agent Joyce combines her legal skills and passion for soccer to represent players from underprivileged backgrounds and fight human trafficking in soccer.

Joyce holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and a Juris Doctor of Law degree. she is admitted to practice law in the State of Arizona, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and the United States District Court, District of Arizona.