Mrs. Abigail Dzama Anderson

Senior Assistant Registrar


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Mrs. Abigail Dzama Anderson obtained her master’s degree from University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast. She obtained her Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) and Master of Art, Human Resource Management (MA (HRM) degrees from University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana.

She has been in higher education management since 2004 at the University of Cape Coast as a Project Officer at the Consultancy Unit. In 2005, she joined KNUST as Private Secretary to the Vice-Chancellor. She then moved to the Quality Assurance and Planning Unit (QAPU) in the Office of the Vice-Chancellor from 2007 -  November, 2020.

During her stay at the QAPU, Mrs. Anderson assisted in maintaining quality assurance in the University and in organizing of capacity training for all staff of the University. She coordinated the publication of Quality Assurance Bulletin and Basic Statistics documents for the University. She was involved in the development of policies and guidelines as well in programme and institutional accreditation. As part of her duties, she provided information/data on behalf of the University to external stakeholders including National Accreditation Board, National Council on Tertiary Education, Association of Commonwealth Universities.

Since November, 2020, she serves as the Faculty Registrar of the Faculty of Law, under the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Mrs. Anderson serves as a member/secretary to many committees of the University. She is a member of the Ghana Association of University Administrators, and a fellow of Africa Hall, KNUST. She is one of two Safe Space Focal Persons (SSFPs) to Colleges of Education affiliated to KNUST.

Outside official hours, she spends her time reading, blogging and coaching entrepreneurs in online marketing strategies. She is married with three children.

 

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