PUBLIC SERVICES COMMISSION, GHANA

Efficiency, Accountability and Integrity
Commission

Dr. Janet Ampadu Fofie, ESQ.

CHAIRMAN

Dr. Janet Ampadu FofieEsq., is an experienced attorney, a Public Administration & Public Policy Professional, and a Juris Doctor with keen interest in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). She  holds a PhD in Management. She practised as an attorney for some twenty-five years at the Bars of the State of New York, New Jersey in the USA, and Ghana.

She is a public policy and public administration practitioner with extensive academic and practical work experience in the areas of law, public policy review and analysis, and human resource management.

She was a Member of the Public Services Commission for thirteen years prior to her appointment as the  Chairman of the Commission in 2018.


Michael N. Y. Aduahene-Darko, ESQ.

MEMBER

Michael has a multi-discipline background. He  has work experience in Marketing, Law, Banking, Academia and Human Resources Management. Michael’s portfolio of roles cut across the public and private sectors. He served as, a professional marketer for over 23 years, a lawyer for 11 years post call to the bar and over 15 years’ continuous experience in the Banking sector playing various senior and executive roles.

He holds a BA Degree  in Social Sciences from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), MSc in International Marketing from London Southbank University,  LLB from KNUST, BL from the Ghana School of Law and a Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK. He’s a professional member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing Ghana and UK, the Ghana Bar Association, and the Chartered Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners, Ghana.

Prior to his appointment to the Commission, Michael provided legal and marketing consultancy services for local and international organisations. His areas of specialisation and interest are business development, sales & marketing, business innovation & strategy, corporate governance and compliance. He served and continues to serve on selected Boards.

MICHAEL was appointed as a full-time member of the Public Services Commission in November, 2018.


Dr. Agyemang Frimpong

MEMBER

Dr. Agyemang Frimpong is a scholar and practitioner of Public Administration with over 20 years of experience. His industry experience started in Ghana with the Office of Administrator of Stool Lands (OASL) after graduation from KNUST with a degree in Land Economy.

He obtained his PhD degree in Public Administration & Urban Policy at The University of Akron-Ohio, USA where he also lectured as a member of the Faculty of Public Administration and Urban Studies.  He also holds a MA Degree in Urban Planning & GIS from the University of Akron-Ohio, USA as well as an MSc in Environmental Engineering & Sustainable Infrastructure from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm-Sweden.

As an academic, Dr. Frimpong primarily taught core courses of Public Administration at both undergraduate and doctoral levels. Dr. Frimpong is a Monitoring & Evaluation specialist. In between his experience in the academia, Dr. Frimpong engaged in the design and implementation of various consultancy projects for Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies of Ghana in the areas of Training, Performance Management, Technical Writing as well as Monitoring & Evaluation. Prior to his appointment as a full-time member of the Public Services Commission in February 2018, Dr. Agyemang was a Lecturer with the School of Public Service and Governance at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) since 2014.


Mrs Evelyn Arthur

MEMBER

Mrs Evelyn Arthur is a seasoned public servant with over thirty years’ experience working with the public sector and with non-governmental organizations. She held a number of senior level positions, such as Regional Budget Officer Central Region, Head of Budget Planning and Preparation Unit at the Ministry of Finance and  Chief of Party of a USAID funded Government Accountability Improvement Trust Programme in Ghana.

She holds a Master of Arts (MA) Degree in Development Studies as well as a Post Graduate Diploma in Local Economic Development from the Institute of Social Studies and the Institute of Urban and Housing Studies, respectively both in The Hague, The Netherlands and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Sciences from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

Prior to her appointment as a full-time member of the Commission on 1st December 2020, she was the Director of Budget, at the Ministry of Finance, Ghana.


Dr. Prince Edward Darah

PART-TIME MEMBER

Dr. Prince Edward Darah is a scholar and a financial analyst by profession. He holds BSc in Geology, MBA and PhD in Finance and Corporate Finance respectively.

Dr. Darah managed a number of projects funded by ICASO, DIFD and USAID, among others. He worked extensively on Governance, Risk and Compliance and Health Care related projects including the development of a five-year National Advocacy Plan on Universal Access to HIV Treatment funded by ICASO. He is an Examiner with the Chartered Institute of Bankers, Ghana.

Dr. Darah is an ardent public servant with extensive hands-on experience in the areas of Organisational Development, Risk Management, Project Management, Financial Management, Strategy and Administration. He was appointed as a Part-Time Member of the Public Services Commission in


Pauline Adobea Dadzawa

MEMBER

Pauline Adobea Dadzawa served as a Director of Ghana Cocoa Board and a Commission Member of the Electoral Commission of Ghana for over 14 years and is currently a facilitator of Elections programmes at the Kofi Annan International Peace Keeping Centre.

She holds a BA Honours degree in French and Spanish and a Master’s degree in Public Sector Management from Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). She has held various senior level positions at the National Theatre of Ghana and SOS International as well as the Hospitality and Tourism industry in Freetown, Sierra Leone. She is currently a part time Commissioner at the Public Services Commission of Ghana.