Irene Ansa-Asare Horsham
Mrs. Horsham is a Barrister by profession and practises part-time out of Ansa-Asare & Co. (Hencil Chambers), Accra. She is also a door-tenant at 9 Park Place Chambers in Cardiff, U.K.Read more...
She attended the prestigious Wesley Girls’ High School in Cape Coast, Ghana and then earned her LLB (Hons) degree from the University of Leicester. She also holds an MBA and an LLM in International Commercial Law from Cardiff University. Currently, she is a doctoral student at the University of Bath, pursuing a Doctorate in Business Administration (Higher Education Management).
She is a member of the Ghana Bar; the Bar of England and Wales (of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn); and of the European Group of Public Law (EGPL). She is also a member of the Faculty of Laws and teaches Commercial Law, Legal English and Legal Method. Her research interests lie in the areas of Public Law, Company Law and Corporate Governance.
Prof. Harold Stewart Amonoo-Kuofi
Deputy Rector (Academic & Student Affairs)
He is a Physician and Clinical Neuroanatomist. Prior to his appointment at MountCrest, he was the Founding Dean of the University of Cape Coast School of Medical Sciences and Provost of the College of Health and Allied Sciences at the University.Read more...
He holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) from the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, University of London, Bachelor of Medicine (MB), Bachelor of Surgery (ChB) degrees, University of Ghana Medical School, Diploma in Education, University of London, Diploma in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Diploma in Theology from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary, Saltpond, Ghana.
He has extensive experience nationally and internationally in medical education with over 15 years in programme management specific to medical education and health care. His areas of expertise include academic leadership, health related strategy development, proposal development, leading steering committees, planning and development of physical infrastructure and administrative set-up of medical schools, curriculum design, problem-based learning.
From 2008-2011, Professor Amonoo-Kuofi was a Member of the 7th Council of the Medical & Dental Council, Ghana, and is currently the Chairman of the Education Committee of the Council. He was a member of the Expert Committee on Harmonization of the Curricula for Undergraduate Medical Training in the Economic Community of West Africa (ECOWAS) region and member, West African Health Organization (WAHO) between 2009 and 2012. Since 2010, he has been on the ECOWAS Regional Council for Medical Education and the West African Health Research Network (WAHRNET).
Professor Amonoo-Kuofi played a pivotal role as a member of the National (Presidential) Task Force Planning Committee for The Establishment of two public universities: University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ho, and the University of Energy and National Resources, Sunyani. He has since 2009, been a member of the International Committee of Experts appointed by the Istituto Superiore di Sanità (ISS), the Italian National Health Institute, to design, implement, and complete the requalification and strengthening of the A. M. Dogliotti College of Medicine, Liberia.
Ms. Ama Aboagyewaa Akor
Ama Aboagyewaa Akor is a passionate and committed University Administrator. She joined MountCrest University College in Accra, Ghana in September, 2010. Prior to her appointment as the Acting Registrar, she was the Senior Assistant Registrar for Academic & Student Affairs.Read More...
Before moving to MountCrest University College, she had worked with Millicom Ghana Limited (Tigo). She holds a Master’s degree in Social Policy Studies from University of Ghana, and a B.A. degree in Sociology and Social Work from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
Osabarima Nana Asiedu Okoo Ababio III
Popularly called Nana, our Internal Auditor is the Chief of Larteh-Ahenease and Benkumhene of the Akuapem Traditional Area in the Akuapem-North District of the Eastern Region.Read More...
Before joining Mountcrest, he worked as Deputy Registrar and Director of Finance, West African Examinations Council (WAEC) Headquarters in Accra; Senior Auditor, Auditor General’s Department; Part-time lecturer, Institute of Accountancy Training, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning; and the School of Administration, University of Ghana, Legon.
Nana holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) (Hons) in Economics from the University of Ghana, a Certificate in Operational Auditing, USA, and General Certificate of Examinations “Ordinary’’ and “Advanced’’ (GCE “O” & “A”) Levels from the University of London.
He has participated in a Stress Management Seminar in Banjul, Gambia, the Lagos (Nigeria) Senior Management Seminar and the Orlando (USA) Leadership Seminar organized by the American Institute of Internal Auditors.
Ms. Grace Worlanyo Krah
Ms. Krah holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from the University of Cape Coast.
Prior to joining Mountcrest in 2011, she did her National Service Readwide Limited and was later employed as Accounts Officer.Read More...
She has a rich experience in financial reporting, budgeting and budgetary controls.
She is a professional member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Ghana (ICAG) and a student of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, Ghana.
Ms. Gladys Adwoa Asiedu
Head of Corporate Affairs
Ms. Asiedu is a 7-time award winning Journalist and former Deputy Editor of the ‘’Ghanaian Times’’. Previously, she was the newspaper’s Presidential Correspondent at the Castle (seat of government), News Editor, Head of Women & Children’s Desk and Features Editor.Read More...
A product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism in Accra, she also has a Certificate in Journalism Studies and Practice from Regents College, London, a Certificate in Commonwealth and International Affairs, from Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford University and a Certificate in Supervisory and Management Skills in Journalism from Project Management Consultants, Ghana.
Ms. Asiedu has travelled extensively covering local and international assignments such as the Fourth World Women’s Conference organized by the United Nations in 1995 in Beijing, China; African Union Summits and presidential state visits in many parts of Africa; and the Non-Aligned Movement’s Summit in Belgrade (capital of former Yugoslavia).
In 2002, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) contracted her to be on a Media Team that published the daily newspaper, ‘’ADF News” for the Third African Development Forum in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Among her many other experiences are her attachment to the Cambridge Evening News in England in 1997, participation in a UNESCO-sponsored Pan African Women’s Conference in Zanzibar, Tanzania, where she presented a paper on “Ghanaian Women and the Peace Process” and a UNDP-sponsored Workshop in Mali, on the “Negative Portrayal of Africa by the International Media”.
In 2004, the American Biographical Institute (ABI) declared her “Woman of the Year” for “Outstanding Accomplishments and Contributions to Society” and declared her “A great Woman of the 21st Century’’, published in the ABI’s 2004/5 Edition of “Great Women of the 21st Century” – a publication for leading universities and libraries around the world.
In 2005, the United Cultural Convention, USA, gave her the ‘’International Peace Prize for Outstanding Personal achievements to the Good of Society”.
Among her many associations, Ms. Asiedu is a Harry Brittain Fellow, England (granted by the Commonwealth Press Union); a member of the American Biographical Institute’s Professional Women’s Advisory Board (USA) and a Patron of the Cancer Society of Ghana.