WIUC-Ghana is governed by the following principal officers:

  1. Founder
  2. President
  3. Registrar

 

WIUC-Ghana is governed by a Governing Council and an Academic Board.
The composition of the Governing Council is as follows:

  1. Four representatives of shareholders, one of whom is the Chairman of the Council.
  2. The Principal.
  3. One representative of the University of Ghana.
  4. One representative of the University of Cape Coast.
  5. One representative of all other affiliate organisations.
  6. One representative of Alumni.
  7. One individual invited by the Principal (in consultation with the shareholders) in their own capacity. .
  8. The SRC President

 

The following Boards / Committees serve under the Council.

  1. One representative of the staff of WIUC-Ghana.
  2. Academic Board.
  3. Appointments and Promotions Board.
  4. Finance Committee.
  5. Planning and Development Committee.

 

* The membership and functions of the various Boards and Committees are defined by the Statutes of the University.

Dr. Emmanuel Owusu  Chairman 
Justice Isaac Duose  Member 
Prof. Obeng Mireku  Member 
Mr. Thomas Baafi  Member 
Mr. Frank Yeboah  Member 
Mr. Jacob Fynn  Member 
Justice I. D. Duose  Council Chairman 
Rev. Dr. Paul Fynn  Founder 
Prof. Obeng Mireku  President 
Mr. Nicholas S. K. Appiah  Member 
Prof. Dora Edu Buandoh  Member 
Prof. E. Debrah  Member 
Dr. Joseph Mensah-Ansah  Member 
Dr. Lawrence A. Kannae  Member 
Dr. Joe Taabazuing  Member 
Mrs. Ivy Adjei Nketiah  Staff Rep. 
Mr. Robert Schonpflug  Alumni Rep.
Mr. Kwame Djakpasu SRC Rep. 
Mr. Jacob Fynn  Member 
Mr. Frank K. Yeboah  Registrar/Secretary 
Prof. Obeng Mireku  President 
Mr. Frank Yeboah  Registrar 
Prof. Kwame Karikari  Dean, School of Communication Studies 
Dr. Peter Alex Wiredu Ag. Dean, Faculty of Law 
Dr. Albert Gemegah  Dean, Graduate School 
Dr. Emmanuel Acquah Sam  Dean, Faculty of Humanities & Social Studies 
Dr. George Ofori – Dwumfuor  Dean, School of Computing & Information Technology 
Mr. Mamadou L. Diedhiou  Dean, Business School 
Mrs. Loretta Sylvia Tetteh  Dean of Students 
Dr.  Angela K. Acheampong  Dean, Nursing School 
Dr. Theresa Adu  Librarian 
Prof. Kofi A Osei Accounting & Finance
Dr. George Asante Yeboah  Center for Continuous and Professional Education  (Adult Education) 
Dr. George Akorfu  Business Computing 
Dr. Emelia Amoako –Asiedu  Management Studies 
Dr. Akwesi Addae-Mensah  General Business 
Dr. Charles Acheampong  Extra Mural Studies 
Mr. Dennis Soku  Language Arts
Mrs. Ama Gaines  Career Services Center 
Mr. Leonard Kyei  Mathematics Application 

 

Dr. Shine Gbedemah  Quality Assurance & Institutional Relations Unit 
Dr. Margaret Ansere  Examinations Officer 
Mr. Jacob Fynn  Chief Operating Officer 
Ms. Samira Adam  Director of Finance 
Mr. Nurudeen Mohammed  Director, Public Affairs & Marketing 
Mr. Ebenezer Kow Amuasi  Director, International Relations 
Mr. Joel Idun-Acquah  Deputy Registrar (Academic Affairs) 
Mrs. Patience L. Bainson  Senior Assistant Registrar (HR) 
Mr. Siraj Muhammed Junior Assistant Registrar (IT Support Unit)
Mr. Moses Azameti  City Campus Co-ordinator 
Mr. Joseph Gyimah  Evening School Co-ordinator 
Mr. Elias Megbetor  Coordinator, Weekend School 

Rev. Dr. Paul Kofi Fynn

Biography

Rt. Rev. Dr. Paul Kofi Fynn was born on February 10, 1940 at Manso-Atwere, a town in the Amansie West District in the Ashanti Region of the Republic of Ghana.  He is the sixth of nine children born to his parents.

Education

In 1971, he was enrolled in Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, USA graduating with B.A. English. He then attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, USA where he obtained M.A. in Journalism in 1978.  He worked with a newspaper, Chicago Tribune, USA, for a brief period in 1978 and proved his worth in journalism.  He earned Doctor of Divinity by the Lutheran Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, Indiana, in 1994.

He is the current African World Area Representative on the International Lutheran Council from 2003 to present, having served as Secretary of the same body from 1978 to 1990.  As worker priest he receives no salary from the Church.

Career / Leadership

He has been the Bishop of Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ghana from 1978 to present, Senior Lecturer, Lutheran Seminary, Accra, Ghana from 1998 to present. Also, he shares his rich experience with other Christian community in Ghana and was the Chairman of the Christian Council of Ghana from 2003 to 2007.  Dr. Fynn preaches with power and has been on the list of Guest Speakers at several conferences, conventions, seminars, workshops and Church Services both locally and internationally.  Dr. Fynn has written several journals for the Lutheran Church International.

Achievements

Currently, Dr. Fynn, who himself a Noble, is the President of the West Africa Nobles Forum – a group of eminent West Africa Nobles and has chaired several Committees and Boards of various organizations.

Awards

He received the 2013 Ghana’s Best Entrepreneurship Award in Education.  

His business exploits includes Managing/Proprietor, Southern Fried Chicken Restaurants-Ghana; Managing Proprietor, Christian Service Farms; Managing Proprietor, Premier Meat Products; Managing Proprietor, Triple Crown Guest Lodge, Managing Proprietor

Hobbies

He jogs, reads and writes as hobbies.

Mr. Frank K Yeboah

Education / Career

Educated at University of Ghana ( UG) where he obtained a Master’s degree in Public Administration (MPA), Mr. Frank K. Yeboah has been the Registrar, Wisconsin International University College, Ghana (WIUC-GH), since August 2013. Previously, he was the Registrar, Catholic University College of Ghana, Fiapre, for one academic year after his retirement from UG in August, 2012.

 

In 2003, the University Council appointed him as College Registrar, College of Health Sciences, a position he held till his retirement from UG. He held other administrative positions in UG, including Secretary – Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals (CVCP) now called Vice-Chancellors, Ghana (VCG), Administrative Secretary – Noguchi Memorial Institute for Medical Research (NMIMR), Executive Secretary (Deputy Registrar) – University of Ghana Business School. For three decades, Mr. Yeboah provided dedicated service not only to UG but also to other public universities in Ghana.

Awards

Mr. Yeboah has received various awards, including British Council Study Fellowship for Higher Education Management Programme at the University of Manchester, UK, Association of Commonwealth Universities Staff Development Fellowship for a study tour of UK, Ghana Chamber of Mines Travel Grant and JICA Fellowship for Counterpart Training in Japan. He has benefited immensely from two professional certificate courses in Higher Education Management offered by University of Manchester and Galilee Institute, Israel. He has travelled widely to participate in international conferences, including those of Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU), Association of African Universities, International Meeting of University Administrators, American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) and International Conference on World-Class Universities. He has served as a resource person for capacity building workshops and seminars for university administrators within and outside Ghana.

Research

He has edited among others two published conference proceedings titled “Effective Management of Resources in Higher Education Institutions” and “Human Resource Management and Faculty Management in Higher Education Institutions.” He has written many administrative and technical reports on Education, including assisting in drafting “Meeting the Challenges of Education in the Twenty First Century” – Report of the President’s Committee on Review of Education Reforms in Ghana, October, 2002.

His areas of special administrative/professional or research interests are human resource management and institutional management and governance with special reference to higher education institutions.

Hobbies

His hobbies are reading, sports and gardening.

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FOUNDED

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AFFILIATIONS

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CAMPUSES

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SCHOOLS

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NATIONALITIES

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FACULTIES

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