Kwabena is a Management Consultant with specialization in Web-Based Application Development, Socio-economic Research, Monitoring & Evaluation, Rural Banking and Microfinance, Data Analysis and Computational Statistics, Training and Facilitation and Report Writing.
Kwabena has performed various assignments for Development Partners like GiZ, The WORLD BANK, DANIDA, UNDP, JICA, EU, African Development Bank, International Organizations including, AfricaSeeds, FARA, Unico International Corporation (Japan) and ECOWAS, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and local Corporate Organizations among others are Opportunity International, GHAMFIN, Microfinance Apex Institutions, Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) and Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs).
Kwabena holds BSc (Hons) Computer Science, Statistics and Masters in Business Administration (MIS) all from the University of Ghana in 2000 and 2005 respectively. In addition, He has had training in Adult Training and Facilitation Skills (Andragogy) and Performance Management System. He is a Member of ISACA-Accra Chapter.
Lilian was the administrative assistant at RIMCS Consult from 2008 to 2019. She has demonstrative skills in report writing and has over ten years of experience in research, data collection and transcription, typically for Opportunity Edufinance and the Environmental Protection Agency. She has worked as a team member on a number of projects with regards to research and acted as a rapporteur in training and facilitation and displays excellently at leading Focus Group Discussions.
Lilian is a product of the University of Ghana with a bachelor’s degree in English and Linguistics. She has an excellent writing and editing skills and has good eye for details with excellent grammar and punctuation skills.
She also holds a certificate in Film and Television Production from the Ghana Broadcasting Training School. She has good interpersonal and communication skills to work effectively with people. She also has good organizational skills to collate materials from multiple sources and produce content within a stipulated time frame.
Patience is a passionate achiever with about 20 years of experience in Community, Human and Institutional Development. She has worked with both international and national non-governmental organizations and has held many Senior level positions including Community Development Expert, Senior Human Resource Specialist, Program Communications Manager, Senior Training Officer on Micro-finance and National Partner.
She has international exposure with good appreciation of leadership roles and responsibilities and poised for a high-level managerial job engagement. Patience is a member of Society for Human Resource USA and Institute of Human Resource Practitioners, Ghana. She holds MA in Guidance and Counselling from Methodist University College and MBA in Human Resource Management from University of Ghana Business School, Legon Accra.
She has been involved in projects with sponsorship from many International Organizations such as: UNICEF, World Bank, USAID Ghana, Plan International, Action Aid, KfW/MLGRD, GTZ, DANIDA, DFID and Compassion International either as either a consultant, Project team lead or member.
Prof. Kwabena Doku-Amponsah is an Associate Professor of Probability & Stochastic Analysis at University of Ghana with over 14 years’ experience in the higher education sector in Ghana. He holds BA(hon) combined major in mathematics & statistics from University of Ghana, MSc degree in mathematical finance from University of Kaiserslautern, Germany and Ph.D. in probability theory from the University of Bath, UK.
He joined the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science in University of Ghana on March 23, 2007 and is regarded as having led the change in research focus of the department from mainly statistics to a vibrant twin research unit of statistics and actuarial science. He has been the head of department since August 1,2015 to date. A member of the academic board of the University of Ghana, School management committee of SPMS, Institute management committee of ISSER, College academic boards; Colleges of humanities and basic& applied sciences of University of Ghana from 2017-2020.
Dr. Cletus Agyenim-Boateng is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Ghana Business School. Cletus is a Chartered Certified Accountant. He holds a PhD degree in Accounting and Finance from the University of Manchester Business School and a Master’s degree in International Development, Development Finance option (with merit) from the University of Manchester’s Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM). In addition, he has a first-class Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting option, from the University of Ghana Business School. Until June, 2009, Cletus worked in the private and voluntary sectors.
Between October, 2004 and June, 2009, Cletus worked with Richards Group International, Manchester Office, initially as an accounting officer and later as an accountant. During this time, Cletus was responsible for a number of finance and accounting activities. As a volunteer, Cletus worked with OXFAM, UK, from July, 2006 to October, 2007, where he collated and compiled weekly sales and banking reports for two Manchester OXFAM shops; audited banking slips, petty cash transactions and cash donations; and carried out banking reconciliations; filed shop returns with the Regional Head Office.
John Effah is an Associate Professor of information systems (IS) at the University of Ghana. His current research interests span areas of digital innovation in business, government and society as well as biometric systems in developing countries. He holds a PhD in information systems from the University of Salford in Manchester, UK and MBA in MIS and BSc in Business Administration (Accounting Option) with First Class Honours both from University of Ghana. He is a Senior Editor for the Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries and a Deputy Editor-in-Chief for the African Journal of Information Systems. John was the immediate past head of MIS Department at the University of Ghana Business School and Ag. Director of Institutional Research and Planning for the University of Ghana.
Before joining academia, he worked as a Senior ICT consultant with Deloitte & Touche. Prof. John Effah currently serves as an ICT consultant for the Government of Ghana on ICT Policy and Planning, advising the National Development Planning Commission on ICT related issues. He is the lead consulting for Ghana’s ongoing long-term ICT Planning and Policy Development. He also serves as ICT consultant for the National Accreditation Board for Higher Education in Ghana, the Institute of Chartered Accountant of Ghana and the National Service Scheme.
Richard is a freelance Managing Consultants and Trainer. He is a Management Consultant and Trainer with specialization in Socio-economic Research, Business Development Services, Financial inclusion and Microfinance, financial literacy and Training and Facilitation.
Richard has performed various assignments as Lead and Team member under various projects for Development Partners and other organizations like The WORLD BANK, UNDP(Skill Development Fund), International Organizations including, Unico International Corporation (Japan) and ECOWAS, Habitat for Humanity International (HFHI), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Ghana Microfinance Institutions Network (GHAMFIN), ARB/Apex Bank, Ghana Cooperative Credit Union(CUA), Corporate Initiative Ghana (Organizers of Ghana Banking Awards), Financial Inclusion Advocacy Centre-UK, Microfinance Association-UK and all Microfinance Apex Bodies and their Members.
Richard studied at the Sikkim Manipal University, India where he obtained Masters in Business Administration (Finance) and BSc Marketing in 2016 and 2010 respectively. Additionally, Richard has professional post graduate in Marketing(CIM-UK) and Diploma in Management(LCCI-UK).