Founder and Executive Chairman of PAH Museum, Kojo Yankah, has toured a number of museums in the United States of America as part of a working program to familiarize with and establish partnerships with a number of museums in various parts of the world. In Detroit, Michigan, which was his first stop, Chairman Kojo Yankah was welcomed by Curatorial Board Member Nubia Wardford Polk, and taken round the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the Detroit Historical Museum, the Detroit Institute of Arts, and the Ford House Museum. Managements of these museums expressed interest in collaborating with PAH Museum and shared their experiences with the Executive Chairman.
Mark J. Heppner, President & CEO of Ford House Museum welcomes Kojo Yankah, Founder & Chairman of PAH Museum at Grosse pointe, near Detroit. The 87acre Ford House exhibits the plush mansion of Edsel (son of Henry) and Eleanor Ford but provides nature settings, restaurants, and design.