Juliana Serwaa Andoh is a Deputy Registrar at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, (KNUST) Kumasi, Ghana with over fifteen (15) years of experience in university administration and management. She has served as Assistant and Senior Assistant Registrar positions in many parts of the University including; the College of Science, School of Medical Sciences, General Administration, the School of Business, Affiliations Office under the Academic Affairs Division of the University as Liaison between KNUST and its 112 affiliate institutions (36 Private University Colleges and 76 Health Training Institutions) across the country. Currently, she is the College Registrar for the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. In all, she has been in four (4) out of the six (6) colleges in the University namely; College of Science, College of Health Sciences, College of Humanities and Social Sciences and now College of Agriculture and Renewable Natural Resources.
She has served as Secretary to several committees both within and outside the University, including, Search Committees for the Appointment of top management positions both at KNUST and other universities in Ghana. She has also served on other high-profile committees to review the collegiate system, Council Sub-Committees, KNUST 50th Anniversary Planning Committee and the criteria for appointments and promotions for Senior Academic Staff of the University among others. She has been a member and or served several other committees (over 50 committees) including those which reviewed the proposals for the establishment of about ten of the thirty-six private university colleges in Ghana currently affiliated to KNUST. As Liaison for affiliations, she was instrumental in the collaboration between University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA, and KNUST and its affiliates.
Juliana holds a Master of Science Degree in Environmental Resources Management; Commonwealth Executive Master of Business Administration, Bachelor Science in Planning and a Certificate in Executive Leadership from the Ghana Institute of Management and Professional Administrators (GIMPA). As academic administrator, her research interest is in improving management practices in higher education leadership and administration. She has four (4) publications in reputable and highly rated refereed journals and has about forty-six (46) Memoranda and Positions Papers on university administration and management to her credit.
She has attended several conferences and workshops both within and outside the country. Together with the Co-Presenter won the Second-Best Poster Presentation for the 2019 Going Global Annual International Conference in Berlin, Germany organised by the British Council. Her in-depth understanding in university administration has provided the opportunity to be the Resource Person and Lead Facilitator for many training workshops. Mrs. Andoh is a Member of the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society, Association of Commonwealth Universities, Ghana Association of University Administrators, Fellow, Africa Hall, a member of Soroptimist International, former member of the University Choir and currently a Patroness of the Choir for the last ten years.