Jacqueline Sory (Mrs.) is a Deputy Director of Education in the Ghana Education Service seconded to the Ministry of Education. She is a professional teacher with a Bachelor of Education Degree in Social Studies (B. ED Social Studies) from the University of Cape Coast and a Master Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).
She has taught extensively as a classroom teacher at the Pre-tertiary level. She was a teacher and housemistress at the Academy of Christ the King Secondary School in Cape Coast and Kumasi Secondary/Technical in Kumasi and a Tutor in the Bagabaga College of Education at Tamale.
She also worked as the PRO of Cape Coast Municipal Directorate of Education for two years and as a Circuit Supervisor/Inspector of schools in the Accra Metropolitan Education Office for over eight years. She was moved to the Ghana Education Service Headquarters, Inspectorate Division, as a National Inspector of Ghanaian Pre-tertiary schools for four years.
She served as a Member on the National Inspectorate Governing Council/Board of the Ministry of Education as the Ghana Education Service representative for over four years
John Kweku Aggrey holds a first degree in Biochemistry with Chemistry (Hons) from the University of Ghana Legon. He also holds a second degree in Educational Administration and Management from the University of Education, Winneba, Certificate in Leadership from the International Network of Prevailing Prayer Warriors and Certificate in Biblical Studies from the Christian Redemption International Ministries. He has also attended a number of workshops and seminars relating to school inspection.
Mr. Aggrey was an expatriate science tutor in Mpika Boys Secondary School, Zambia. Back home he taught Chemistry in O’reilly Secondary School. Before joining National Inspectorate Board as a Lead inspector, he was the head teacher at the Primary Department of New Hope School and the assistant headmaster for the entire school which is located in Korle-Bu, Accra.
Doris Appiah Danquah is a Lead Inspector at the National Inspectorate Board.
She was trained as a teacher at the Aburi Presbyterian Womens’ Training College (PWTC) now Aburi Presbyterian Womens’ College of Education in 1984. She graduated in 2006 in B. Ed. Basic Education at the University of Education, Winneba. She has a Master’s Degree in Adult Education from the University of Ghana, Legon.
Doris was a class and later a subject teacher in English, Catering, Agricultural Science, Religious and Moral Education for twenty –three years. She became a head teacher for seven years before joining the National Inspectorate Board as a Lead Inspector.
Doris is an Associate Pastor at God’s Mission Miracle Chapel (GMMC), President of the GMMC Women’s fellowship, Vice-President and Board member of Hebrews 11:3 Ministries Inc. Laterbiokoshie Accra, Ghana Branch.
Matthew joined Ghana Education Service (GES) as a professional teacher in the Amansie – West Education Directorate, Manso Nkwanta in the Ashanti Region. He served the district from 1994 – 2003. He was posted to serve the Human Resource Management and Development (HRMD) Division, GES Headquarters as a Posting Officer from 2006 – 2010 after returning from study leave with pay.
As part of his teaching experience in GES, he taught as a Mathematics tutor in Kumasi Senior High Technical School and Manso Adubia Senior High School between 2010 and 2017.
He had a transfer to join the Inspectorate Division, GES Headquarters as an Inspector for Mathematics. Matthew is currently on secondment with the National Inspectorate Board (NIB), Ministry of Education as a Lead Inspector.
He attended University of Ghana and obtained a Master of Philosophy Degree in Statistics. He also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and Statistics from the same university.
Mr. Anthony Boahen is a professional teacher who holds a 2nd degree in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology. He was trained as a Scientist from University of Cape Coast and majored in Chemistry.
Anthony worked at Armed Forces Senior High School as a Chemistry teacher for 8 years. He was also an Inspector of Pre-tertiary institutions at Ghana Education Service, Headquarters. He is currently a Lead Inspector at the National Inspectorate Board (NIB), Ministry of Education.
Judith T. Zabrina -Anyagre is a teacher by profession with twenty-six years’ experience. She has taught in both first and second cycle institutions. Judith worked with WAEC as an examiner on English language and Social studies at the basic level. She won the National Best Teachers’ Award (Upper -East, 1999) and served the Ghana Education Service (GES) as a Headmistress (Basic) for over five years until her appointment as a Lead Inspector of schools in 2012 – National Inspectorate Board. Judith has a Bachelor’s degree in Social studies Education (B’Ed) from the University of Education, Winneba. She obtained a Master of Arts degree (Adult education) from the University of Ghana, Legon in 2010 .
Judith also obtained PhD (Candidature) in 2014 and currently at the final stages of her thesis on Instructional Leadership. Judith has participated in a number of training programs on educational policy both nationally and internationally. She is a recognized trainer on School leadership and Instructional management. Judith is a board member of the Assemblies of God Education unit, Ghana.
Mr. Collins Gyimah Asante is a trained professional teacher.
He graduated from the University of Education, Winneba with a first degree and obtained a Master of Arts degree in Human Resource Development from the University of Cape Coast.
Mr. Asante has taught in many institutions including Bagabaga College of Education, Tamale and Wesley College of Education, Kumasi. He is a former Circuit Supervisor and a former officer-in-charge of the Asokwa and Bantama Sub-Metro Education Directorates, all in Kumasi. He is also a former Technical/Vocational coordinator for Kumasi Metro Education Directorate. He served on the Boards of Kumasi High School and the National Vocational Training Institute (NVTI) in Kumasi.
He was a facilitator, capacity building workshop for teachers on the use of the New GES Syllabuses (2001 and 2007). He was a monitor, National Identification Authority (NIA), 2010. He was also a facilitator, DFID organized Cluster Based In-Service Training (INSET) for Teachers in the Kumasi Metropolis from 2001 – 2005 and a team leader for work inspection for promotion of teachers as well as for the registration and renewal of private schools in the Kumasi Metro Education Directorate from2001 – 2010.
Mr. Asante teaches Education courses on part time for University of Cape Coast College of Distance Education programme at T. I. Ahmadiyya study centre, Kumasi. Currently, Mr. Asante is a Lead Inspector, National Inspectorate Board (NIB).
Mr. Agbessi is an Educationist and professional teacher with twenty-five years of experience as a French teacher and nine years as Lead Mentor. A holder of a Bachelor of Education (BED) French and a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) French from the University of Education Winneba in June 2004 and June 2009 respectively, also holds a Lead Mentor’s Certificate from the University of Lome-Togo. Mr. Agbessi has served at the University of Education, Winneba as a Teaching Assistant in the Department of French Education from 2005 -2009. He has been a Coordinator for Second Cycle and Basic Schools in the Asante Akim South GES District Education Office. He is a Lead Trainer at Ghana Book Trust (GBT) and also coordinates with the Ghana Book Trust on the Reading Ghana Program in some of the basic schools in the Ashanti region.
He was a former Headmaster of African Christian Mission (ACM) Junior High School, Winneba and the Organizing Secretary of the Ghana Association of French Teachers (GAFT) in the Effutu Municipality. Mr. Agbessi was the Presiding Member ( P M ) of the Asante Akim South Municipal Assembly in the Ashanti Region from 2013 to 2017. Currently Mr Agbessi is a Lead Inspector at the National Inspectorate Board (NIB) Accra.
Evelyn Akorfa Yentumi is a Lead Inspector at the National Inspectorate Board. She has a Bachelor of Education in Population and Family Life from University of Cape Coast and a Master of Arts in Adult Education from University of Ghana.
She has also earned an Executive Master in Alternative Dispute Resolution and Professional Executive Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution. She is a member of Ghana National Association of ADR Practitioners. Evelyn is a trained teacher.
She taught in Basic and Senior high schools and was appointed Assistant Head Teacher and Head Teacher. She was also appointed as a Circuit Supervisor of circuit 38 Adjabeng in Osu Klottey Sub Metropolis, Accra. She was later transferred to the Headquarters of Ghana Education Service, Inspectorate Division as an Inspector of Pre – Tertiary schools.
M.Phil. pending; M.Ed. with dissertation; B.Ed. Wisdom Kumah is a qualified educationalist and professional teacher with 25 years of impeccable and rich experience.
He trained at the University of Cape Coast and Government Training College, Peki and taught at many schools in Greater Accra. He was a former Sectional Head/Assistant Head and member of the School Management Committee at the Erstwhile Association International School in Accra. As a Circuit Supervisor, Mr. Kumah served on several School Management Committees notably Achimota Basic and was Secretary to the Circuit Supervisors Association at the Accra Metro Education Directorate.
He is a proven facilitator of educational seminars and workshops for schools in Ghana. He has been a British Council Dreams+Teams Local Tutor and an accredited mentor for the University of Education, Winneba out segment programme. He is a member of the Ghana Association of Educational Planners and Administrators (GAEPA). Presently, Mr. Kumah is a Lead Inspector of Schools at the National Inspectorate Board.
Samuel has two degrees from the University of Cape Coast; Bachelor of Education in Psychology (B.ED. PSY) and Master of Educational Administration (M. ED. ADM).
He has taught at both the basic and secondary school levels. He spent six years at the Obuasi Municipal Education Directorate as the Public Relations Officer, with additional responsibility as the Welfare and Community Participatory Officer.
He has also worked at the Ghana Education Service Headquarters, Inspectorate Division. He is now at the National Inspectorate Board as a Lead Inspector.
Mr. Felix Quansah holds Bachelor of Education in French and Master of Education in Educational Administration and Management both from the University of Education, Winneba. He taught at Anum Presby SHS, Peki SHS and Akuse Methodist SHTS and also served in various capacities.
He had National Best Teacher Award (French Teachers’ category) in 2012 and was subsequently appointed as Inspector of Schools at the G.E.S Headquarters. In 2017, he was transferred to the National Inspectorate Board as a Lead Inspector.
Joycelyn is a professional teacher who taught at both pre-tertiary and tertiary institutions. She acted as the College Secretary (Registrar) at Akatsi College of Education and was the Secretary to the Governing Council and other relevant Boards.
She holds 2nd degree from University of Cape Coast in Educational Administration.
She is a member of Basic Education Research Group (BERG)- Ghana Education Service/Ministry of Education. She worked as an Inspector of Pre-tertiary Institutions (both public and private) at the National Level with Ghana Education Service Headquarters. Joycelyn is with the National Inspectorate Board (NIB) as a Lead Inspector of schools.