Dr. Clement Hammah is a Senior Lecturer and Head of the Human Resources Management and Management Studies Department of Methodist University College. He has over 30 years of teaching, research and consulting experiences in academia and industry in Ghana and Canada. He has taught at several universities in Canada and Ghana, and worked in the public service of these countries for many years. His areas of specialization include Human Resources Management, Organizational Behaviour, Industrial Relations, Gender and Employment Relations, and Organizational Development. In the public sector of Canada, he worked as training coordinator and pay equity consultant for the Ontario Government for six years. In Ghana, he served as social development consultant for the U.K. Department for International Development on the National Institutional Renewal Program (a World Bank Public Sector Reform project from January 2003 – September 2004). As Director of Training and consultant with SEM International from 2000–2007, his consulting clients included the Government of Ghana, Ford Foundation, Bank of Ghana and Tema Oil Refinery. Currently, he is Chairman of the Board of Ghana Railway Company, Chairman of the Entity Tender Board for Ghana Railways Company, and a regular Panelist on National Accreditation Board assessment teams. Dr. Hammah has a PhD in Business Administration, M.A in Educational Administration, MBA, and Bachelor of Commerce (Honors) from Canada.
Ben Kwabla Adoma was born on the 22nd November, 1968 at Tefle in Volta Region, Ghana. He had his basic education studies at Presbyterian Education Complex, Tefle, and Premier Junior High School Sogakope, all in the Volta Region.
He proceeded to Sogakope Secondary School and Kwadaso Agricultural College where he had his General Certificate of Education, Ordinary Level and Post Certificate in General Agriculture respectively.
He was enlisted into Ghana Prisons Service in October, 1995 as an Agricultural Instructor. In 2004, he gained admission into Nursing and Midwifery Training College, Korle Bu where he obtained Diploma in General Nursing in 2008. He was posted to Municipal Government Hospital Nsawam in 2009, where he did one year clinical rotation.
He is currently in Level 300 at Presbyterian University College, Asante Akyem Campus, Agogo, pursuing Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant.
He is married with four 4 children.
Mr. Enoch Boateng is a Pedologist by profession and has a wide experience in administrative matters having been the Head of Soil Research Institute, Accra Centre for the past fifteen years. He is a Chief Research Scientist after twenty eight years of research activities on soils of Ghana. He also served a three year term as the Deputy Director of the CSIR- Soil Research Institute from 2011-2014.
His main Professional Activities include Soil, Terrain and Climatic Resources Inventories; Land evaluation, Agro-ecology and Land-use Planning for Agricultural Development, GIS and Database Management.
He possesses a B.Sc. (Hons) degree in Agriculture (1981) from the University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana and a Master of Science degree in Soil Science (Option : soil genesis, survey and land evaluation for agricultural development from the University of Gent, Belgium (1990)
Between 1994 and 2012, Mr. Boateng attended several post graduate courses overseas among them; a course in General and Project Management, University of Bradford, U.K., training in soil classification, land suitability modelling, at Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University Copenhagen, Telemetry at the Department of Land Data, Vijle and Environmental Information Systems at Kampsax International, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Mr. Boateng has also attended several local and international conferences and workshops to present papers from his professional activities. He has thirteen publications in peer reviewed journals and over thirty Technical reports from his work on soils of Ghana.
From 1995 to 2000, he was the Project Co-ordinator of the Land Suitability mapping for Ghana under the Ghana Environmental Resources Management Project. At the same period he served as a member of the Ghana Land Information Project Operation Committee (LIPOC)
Other committees served include the following:
Local Organizing Committee (LOC) member; 4th International African Soil Science Society Conference (2006) held in Accra, Ghana.
Member of the CSIR-Soil Research Institute Interim Management Committee since 2001.
Secretary to the Men’s Union of St Georges Garrison Anglican Church, Burma Camp, Accra since 2000.
Secretary to the Chris Archer Scholarship Committee of St Georges Garrison Anglican Church, Burma Camp, Accra since 2010.
Member of the Parochial Church Council (PCC) St Georges Garrison Anglican Church, Burma Camp, Accra since 2008.
Chairman, Atomic Gate Homeowners Association (2004-2012)
Has been a part time lecturer at the University of Ghana ,Legon (1999-2001), Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi (2010-2012),and the University of Agriculture and Environmental Science, 2012-up to date.
A member of the following Professional Associations
- Soil Science Society of Ghana
- Ghana Science Association
- African Soil Science Society
- International Union of Soil Science
5. Research Staff Association of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research.
Mr. Boateng is married for 32 years with three daughters.We are excited and honoured to have him as Secretary of the Board of Trustees.