He is CEO of a dozen companies most prominently JL Properties, which is responsible for transforming the one-time Achimota dumpsite/quarry into an estate.
Orleans-Lindsay is alumnus of Madonna School in Koforidua, St. Peter’s Secondary School, in Nkwatia-Kwahu, St Augustine’s College in Cape Coast, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and North London University.
James is a well-travelled man who has had stints at High-Speed Production Wandswort in London, IBM (UK), J.O.L Limited, and Netlynk Kea Systems.
Aside being Executive Chairman of JL Holdings, Orleans-Lindsay is President of Ghana Association of Young Entrepreneurs, Contributor for Top African Managing Directors selected for the best practice by the United Nations Ref., member of the Ghana France Chamber of Commerce, the Ghana-UK Chamber of Commerce, Commonwealth Business Council, and was personally invited by former Mozambican president, Joaquin Alberto Chissano to the country’s Investment Conference. A CAF Coaching certificate ‘A’ holder, Orleans-Lindsay is a one-time board member of Accra Hearts of Oak.