Rita is the Administrative Manager of the National Inspectorate Board (NIB).
She graduated from the University of Cape Coast in 1994 with a Bachelor of Education degree and a Diploma in Science.
Rita served as the officer in charge of special duties and general administration at the offices of the Minister of State – Basic and Secondary, Girl-Child Education and the Deputy Minister-Basic, Secondary and Teacher Education from 2001-2008. While serving there, she undertook a Postgraduate Certificate course in Public Administration at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). After serving in these capacities for 8 years, she got transferred as a founding staff of National Inspectorate Board in the year 2011. With her experience in Administration, Rita handles administrative, human resource, and transport schedules at NIB. Rita has worked in Administrative capacity for 19 years.
She also serves as secretary on the NIB Governing Councils HR, Finance and Administration sub-committee and a member of the Board’s Tender and Transport Committees.
Margaret Sefah Ghartey (Mrs.) holds a Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of Ghana, Legon and a Certificate in Project Management, Change Management, Accounting on GIFMIS and Financial Management.
She has since 1990 worked in various capacities in finance, Project Management, Administration and inter-governmental fiscal decentralization for the private sector, Non-governmental Organization, the US Embassy, Local and Central Government of Ghana.
Mrs. Ghartey has since 2011 been working fulltime with the Controller and Accountant General’s Department as the Project Coordinator, GIFMIS and currently, with the NIB as the Senior Accountant.
Grace Gogo (Mrs.) joined the National Inspectorate Board (NIB) in July 2013 as Front Desk Officer. She is a trained Secretary and Administrator. She completed her 1st Degree in Management Studies at the Methodist University College in 2012 and her Secretariaship and Management Studies (HND) at the Accra Polytechnic (Accra Technical University) in 2008.
She worked with Softwarehouse International Ltd., a software development company, in diverse areas of Administration, including Executive and Administrative Assistant for 15 plus years.
With her expertise in secretarialship, in Management Studies and Administration, Grace doubles as Secretary to the Executive Secretary and also general Secretary at NIB. She is currently the Acting Secretary to the National Inspectorate Board’s Governing Council. She is also the Local Union Secretary of the NIB-PSWU of TUC.
Amanda Akuffo-Owoo holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in English and Linguistics from the University of Ghana. She completed her mandatory national service in July 2010 working with National Inspectorate Board at its inception.
Amanda worked with Dandinas Preparatory School as both a non-Professional English Language Instructor and also Bursar for the same institution.
She is currently the Administrative Assistant and Procurement coordinator at the National Inspectorate Board.
Ernest Adofo Antwi is an I.T. Professional with six years of experience working for National Inspectorate Board (NIB).
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from the University of Cape Coast.
Before working at NIB, He worked at Nesys Solutions for two years as a Network Administrator. His specializes in System and Network Administration and Web applications.
Esttle Edem Attah graduated from the Central University in 2010 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Banking and Finance She completed her National Service in 2011 from the Community Water and Sanitation Agency, Ho, Volta Region.
Esttle worked with KCS services as an Account Officer for about six (6) months and moved on to Ecobank Ghana as a Customer Service Officer for about a year.
She is currently the Administrative Secretary at National Inspectorate Board and also doubling as an Account Assistant.