Mr. Andam is a Founder of Prolific Sports, Inc. and leads the company as its CEO/President. He is a retired Ghanaian sprinter who competed in the 4 × 100 meters relay at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Andam was an All-American in track and field while competing for Brigham Young University. A native of Takoradi, Ghana, Andam was born 8 January 1976, Mr. Andam is a Track and Field Star who has competed in many international track and field competitions worldwide.
Recently he competed in the 2001 World Track and Field Championships in Edmonton Canada. Accredited to his name are Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Awards, Mountain West Conference (WMC) Awards, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Awards, All American Honors in Track and Field from 1997-2001, African Championship Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal Awards in 2000, World Championship Participation 1999, 2001, Olympic Participation and Grand Pre participation from 1998-2002, Western Athletic Conference Athletic Award 1999, Mountain West Conference Athletic Award 2000, 2001, Mountain West Conference Indoor and Outdoor Athlete of the Year 2000, National Collegiate Athletic Association athlete of the week 2000, 2001, Utah Collegiate Athlete of the year 2000, 2001, Africa Junior Champion 1995, and Ghana Inter Regional Athlete of the Year 1995 and still the triple jump record holder for high schools in Ghana.
Kenneth holds the Mountain West Conference Sprints (100meters, 200 meters, and the 4x100meters) records, and has the third faster times ever run in the State of Utah for the 100 meters and the 200 meters. Mr. Andam with three other team mates hold sprint relay record at Brigham Young University and also holds the third fastest 100 meters and 200 meters times at the same university.
Mr. Andam brings to the Prolific Sports team versatility in business and also in sports. As a globally known Entrepreneur extraordinaire, his contribution to the strategic development of Prolific has positioned the company towards global growth.