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Professor Paul Noble Buatsi :

Professor Paul Noble Buatsi

Education

  1. PhD Business Administration, Marketing/International Marketing, University of Manchester, U.K 1981
  2. MBA (Marketing) University of Ghana 1974-1976

Membership in Professional Societies/Boards

  1. Board Chairman, NABPTEX 2012-Date
  2. Council Chairman Federation of West African
  3. National President, Chartered Institute of Administration & Management Consultant Ghana 2007
  4. Associations of Institutes of Administration and Management Consultants, 2005-2006

Employment

  1. Dean, School of Business Administration, Baptist University College 2010-2013
  2. Executive Director for Africa, International Leadership Foundation, Accra-Ghana 2001-2012

Consultant

  1. Ministry of Education, Government of Ghana 2000
  2. Education Policy, PADECO Co. Ltd for the Japan International Cooperation Agency, Project for Strengthening the Capacity of INSET Management in the Republic of Ghana 2011-2013
Rev. Prof. Daniel Adjepong Nyarko :

Rev. Prof. Daniel Adjepong Nyarko

Education

  1. PhD Maastricht School of Management, The Netherlands 2006-2011
  2. Master of Philosophy (Business Administration 2006
  3. Post-Graduate Diploma in Theology 1997

Membership of Boards

  1. Board Member, NABPTEX 2012-Date
  2. Board Member/Trustee, Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) 2012-Date
  3. Board Member, National Council for Tertiary Education (NCTE) 2011-Date
  4. Board Member, Technical Committee on Funding Education in Ghana 2011
  5. Board Member/Trustee, Western Region Education Trust Fund 2010-Date

Employment

  1. Rector, Takoradi Polytechnic 2009-2016
  2. Chairman, Conference of Rectors of Polytechnics 2011-2012
  3. Vice Chairman, Commonwealth Association of Polytechnic 2009-Date
  4. Member, International Advisory Council GET Energy Ltd. U.K 2013
  5. Head, Department of Accountancy, Takoradi Polytechnic 2001-2006
Dr. Mba Atinga :

Dr. Mba Atinga

Mrs. Wilhelmina Asamoah :

Mrs. Wilhelmina Asamoah

Prof. P. Y. Okyere :

Prof. P. Y. Okyere

Education

  1. Dr-lng. In Electrical Engineering, Higher National School of Electrical Engineering, GRENOBLE France, 1985
  2. D.E.A. in Electrical Engineering, Higher National School of Electrical Engineering, GRENOBLE France, 1982
  3. B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, K.N.U.S.T, Kumasi 1979

Membership of Association/Boards

  1. Board Member, NABPTEX 2012-Date

Employment

  1. Head of Department, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering K.N.U.S.T 2011- 2015
  2. Dean, Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering K.N.U.S.T, 2009 – 2010
  3. Associate Professor, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, K.N.U.S.T 2009
  4. Head of Department, Department of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, K.N.U.S.T 2007 – 2009

Professor P. Y. Okyere, has taught courses in Electrical Machines, Electric Drives, Power Electronics and Power Systems at the University and some Polytechnics in Ghana

Mr. Nii Christian Johnson :

Mr. Nii Christian Johnson

Education

  1. M. ED Measurement and Evaluation, University of Cape Coast 2004-2006
  2. B.Sc Chem/Mathematics, University of Cape Coast 1980

Membership of Association/Boards

  1. Board Member, NABPTEX 2012-Date
  2. Board Member, Awards Committee for Diploma in Education Examination for the Colleges of Education, University of Cape Coast 2006-2012
  3. Board Member, Evaluation and Monitoring Committee, Ghana Education Service 2006-2008

Employment

  1. Senior Deputy Registrar, West African Examinations Council (WAEC) 2011-2016
  2. Head Test Development Division 2009-2012
  3. Controller, School Examinations Administration Dept. 2007-2008
  4. Controller, Professional & Vocational Examinations Administration Dept. 2005-2007
John Sylvester Boafo (Nana) :

John Sylvester Boafo (Nana)

Education

  1. PhD in Education Human Resource, University of Huddersfield – Britain 2013-Date (Pending)
  2. M.A In Education, (Human Resource Development), University of Huddersfield – Britain 2003-2004
  3. Diploma in Curriculum Design & Instructional Material Development, University of Madars – India 1987-1988
  4. Diploma in Advance Studies of Education, University of Cape Coast 1984-1985

Membership of Association/Boards

  1. Board Member, NABPTEX 2012-Date
  2. President, Association of Principals of Tech. Institution (APTI)
  3. Vice President, Association of Principal of Tech. Institution (APTI)
  4. Commonwealth Learning ECOWAS-TVET-Representative
  5. Member, Technical Education

Employment

  1. Principal, Takoradi Technical Institute
  2. Vice Principal, Takoradi Technical Institute
  3. Staff and Programme Development Officer,Ghana Education Service (GES)
Mr. Benjamin Yaw Serm Wireku :

Mr. Benjamin Yaw Serm Wireku

Education

  1. EMBA with Paris Graduate Management School 2008-2011
  2. B.A University of Ghana, Legon

Membership in Professional Association/Boards

  1. Board Member, NABPTEX 2012-date
  2. Board Member, Ghana Secondary Technical School, Takoradi 2012-Date
  3. Board Member, Wesley Girls High School Cape Coast 2000-2003
  4. Board Chairman, Bompeh Senior Technical High School, Takoradi

Employment

  1. Director, Western Omega Ltd., Takoradi 2007-Date
  2. Director, Ghana Railway Company Takoradi 1994-1998
Mr. Samuel Segbefia :

Mr. Samuel Segbefia

Mrs. Sarah Agyeman-Duah :

Mrs. Sarah Agyeman-Duah

Education

  1. M. Ed (Educational Management) University of Cape Coast 2001-2002
  2. Post-Graduate level (Gender & Development University of Manchester, U.K Sept 1996-Dec 1996
  3. Post-Graduate Diploma in Public Administration And Management (GIMPA) 1990-1992

Membership in Professional Association/Boards

  1. Board Member, National Board for Professional and Technician Examinations 2012-date
  2. Board Member, Technical Examinations Unit 2005-2011
  3. Board Member, WAEC Governing Board, 2004-2011
  4. Board Member, National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA)
  5. Vice Chairman, Board of Governors, Aquinas Senior High

Employment

  1. Director I, Curriculum Research & Development Division, Ghana Education Service, Management and Implementation of the Curriculum Policies of the Ministry of Education for the Pre-tertiary level of Education 2004-2011
  2. Director, Head of Administration, Ghana Education Service, Special Assistant to three Consecutive Director-General 1999-2001
  3. Director II, Girls Education Unit, Ghana Education Service, Design and Implementation of programmes to promote equal access, retention, transition and achievement
Mrs. Ewura-Abena Ahwoi, :

Mrs. Ewura-Abena Ahwoi,

Education

  1. Graduate Certificate in Education Management, Boston University USA 1997
  2. M. A in Library Studies, Loughborough University of Technology U.K 1990
  3. Post-Graduate Certificate in Education, University of Cape Coast 1973

Membership of Association/Boards

  1. Board Member, NABPTEX 2012-Date
  2. Board Member, Labone Senior High School 2013-Date
  3. Vice Chair, Forum for African Women Educationalist (FAWE) 2009
  4. Member/Past President of Ghana Association of Teachers of English (GATE) 1982-1998

Employment

  1. Country Coordinator, Teaching & learning Materials (CSU-USAID) Ghana 2006-Date
  2. Director I (Regional Director) Ghana Education Service, Eastern Region. Responsible for the co-ordination, supervision, monitoring and management of Education at pre-tertiary level. 2003-2006
  3. Director II, Girls Education Unit, Ghana Education Service 2001-2003
Mrs. Sheila Naah-Boamah, AG Executive Secretary : AG Executive Secretary

Mrs. Sheila Naah-Boamah, AG Executive Secretary

AG Executive Secretary

In March 2017, Mrs. Sheila Naah-Boamah was appointed the Ag. Executive Secretary of the National Board for Professional and Technician Examinations (NABPTEX) by her appointment she becomes the first female to be appointed to the role since its establishment in 1994. Haven moved from the Students Loan Trust Fund where she was the Chief Executive Officer between 2014-2017, Mrs. Sheila Naah-Boamah brings to the National Board for Professional and Technician Examinations (NABPTEX) a combination of deep knowledge and skills gained from rising through the ranks in institutions that cut across the private sector, public sector and United Nations. She has over sixteen (16) years of work experience in finance, governance, public policy, administration, negotiations and management.

The National Board for Professional and Technician Examinations has the responsibility to formulate and administer schemes of examinations, evaluations, assessment, certification and standards for skills competences and syllabus competences for Non-University tertiary institutions, professional bodies and private institutions accredited by the National Accreditation Board of Ghana.

Mrs. Naah-Boamah is known for her strong desire for innovations and results and championed many innovative solutions at the Students Loan Trust Fund that significantly improved both loan access and recoveries. She was the first Chief Executive in the history of student’s loan management in Ghana to have been recognized by more than five students’ representatives and blocks for her diligence, passion, dedication and commitment to duty. It is expected that her track record will bring significant value to the activities of the National Board for Professional and Technician Examinations (NABPTEX).
Mrs. Sheila Naah-Boamah, has a long history with civil society, notably when she served on the Multi-Stakeholder Committee of the Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) as the Ministry of Finance Representative and when she served as a member of the Ghana Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (GHEITI) programme. She was the Chairman of the Legal, Finance and Staff Committee of the Association of African Higher Education Financing Agencies (AAHEFA) headquartered in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

She gained private sector experience when she managed her own tourism Start- up company, and when she worked as a Human Resource Manager for another start-up company established under African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). She has worked in the capacities of Finance Officer and Administrative Assistant to the Country Director of the International Labour Organization (ILO) where she worked in the Ghana office.

Mrs. Sheila Naah-Boamah, holds an MA Management Degree (2005) from the University of Brighton, a BA Accounting and Sociology (2001) from the University of Ghana and several supplementary courses including;

  • Transforming Public Service Delivery,
  • Managing Change and Negotiation,
  • Education for the 21st Century Development,
  • Mini MBA in Oil and Gas,
  • Macroeconomic Management and Natural Resource Management (MNRM) ,
  • Performance Indicators and Results Based Management Implementation,
  • Fiscal Decentralisation, Accountability & Corruption,
  • Public Procurement Management, and
  • Public Financial Management and Encouraging Private Sector Participation in National Budget Formulation Process

In 2016, She was recognized and listed amongst the top 50 corporate women leaders in Ghana by The African Network of Entrepreneurs. She has also won many awards and recognitions including;

  • Ghana Union of Polytechnic Students
  • National Union of Ghana Students Meritorious Award
  • The Woman of Excellence Award from Local NUGS, University of Education, Winneba
  • National Women of Ghana National Union of Polytechnic Students
  • Koforidua Polytechnic (Local NUGS Award)
  • Vice Chancellor’s Excellence Award (KNUST)
  • University Students Association of Ghana (USAG) Leadership and Excellence award

She is married to a renowned lawyer and has three amazing children.

 

 

 

Dr. Mrs. R.E.M. Entsua-Mensah :

Dr. Mrs. R.E.M. Entsua-Mensah