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University of Ghana appoints Elizier Ameyaw-Buronyah as new Public Affairs Director

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University of Ghana has appointed Mrs. Elizier Taiba Ameyaw-Buronyah as its new Pubic Affairs Director.

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Mrs. Ameyaw-Buronyah takes over from Ms. Ecless Andoh, who was Acting in that capacity after the retirement of Mrs. Stella Amoa.

The University of Cape Coast graduate has played various roles within the University of Ghana setup since 2006 including serving as the Schedule Officer for Public Relations at the Public Affairs Directorate.

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She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Communication Studies, University of Ghana.

Profile of Mrs. Ameyaw-Buronyah

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Mrs. Elizier Taiba Ameyaw-Buronyah obtained her Ordinary Level education at Benkum Secondary School in 1989 and her Advanced Level at Mpraeso Secondary School, where she did her National Service.

She proceeded to the University of Cape Coast for her first degree and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (English Major) in 1997.

After teaching for three years, she gained admission to pursue graduate studies at the then School of Communication Studies, University of Ghana and graduated with Graduate Diploma and MPhil Communication Studies in 2001 and 2004 respectively.

She is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Department of Communication Studies.

Mrs. Ameyaw-Buronyah was employed by the University as an Assistant Registrar in 2006 and promoted to the rank of Senior Assistant Registrar in 2013.

She has served at the Public Affairs Directorate as the Schedule Officer for Public Relations, in the School of Education and Leadership, College of Education, as the School Administrator, and now as the Director of Public Affairs.

Mrs. Ameyaw-Buronyah is married to Mr. Emmanuel Ameyaw-Buronyah, a Senior Health Services Administrator at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital with whom she has three children – Danso Abeam, Asantewaa Krobea, and Kwarteng Amaniampong.


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