Adwoa Nkum attended Cape Coast Polytechnic for the High National Diploma (HND) in Accountancy. She is also aspiring to come out this year as a chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountancy Ghana (ICAG) this year. Adwoa Nkum is a Ghanaian and started working as a Cashier (National Service) at Tema Municipal Assembly (TMA), finance department. Based on her hard work and outstanding performance she had the opportunity to work with Jespako Ghana Ltd., one of the leading construction companies in Ghana as an Account Officer. Per her hard work, initiative and advice to the management then came the establishment of a SIM microfinance a subsidiary to the mother company which was set to assist SME’s in the country. She was also the Acting Account Manager in charge of supervision of their branch in Accra New Town. Adwoa Nkum joined African Bagg Recruitment as Account and Payroll Consultant in charge of running of payroll for prospected clients including Alcatel Lucent, now Nokia, I.E Singapore, Novative Ltd, as well as African Bagg Group.
Joel Duah is an alumni of the Institute of Professional studies (Now University of Professional Studies Accra) where he pursued Diploma in Business Management. Based on his performance he was admitted back into the University to pursue his degree. He has over 6years working experience in the field of Human Resource and General Administration, specialized in recruitment, policy implementation and employee/employer dispute resolution. He has work at the Electricity Company of Ghana (ECG) as an Intern 2009 -2010, Kart Enterprise as Stores Manager and Ghana Oil Palm Development Company, Ghana. He was the Personal assistant to the Senior Human Resource Office and also in charge of the company’s estate housing. Joel Duah works at African Bagg Recruitment as Recruitment Consultant. He is in charge of recruitment of professionals for both local and international companies in Ghana. Some of the companies he has worked for include; Tullow Ghana, International Enterprise Singapore, HFC Bank Ghana, Persistent Energy Ghana, Bullion Financial Services ltd.,GMEA Group, Viasat 1, The One Event, Kimo Homes Ltd, Coral Paints etc.
Akua Neene Anim is an alumni of the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) where she pursued a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management and a Certificate in Research from the Westminster foundation for Democracy, UK. Akua holds a Professional Certificate Programme at the Institute of Human Resource Management Practitioners, Ghana (IHRMP) and currently pursuing an MBA. In Human Resource Management. Akua did her National Service with Stanbic Bank Ghana Limited as an Administrator and a Customer Service Consultant. She later worked as an Administrator and Research Assistant with the Parliament of Ghana. With the experience she got as an Administrator with Stanbic Bank and the Parliament of Ghana, as well as the Human Resource Management knowledge acquired from her studies at GIMPA, Akua Neene Anim serves as the Administrator and HR Assistant for the African Bagg Group.
Kingsford Boateng is a member of Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA). He holds a BSC in Computer Science & Special Certification in Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITILv3) from GIMPA as well as other Special Certifications in ICT, IT & Cyber Security & Risk Management from CISCO, Microsoft and Firebrand, UK. He also holds a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering from the Kumasi Technical University. Kingsford has over 20yers working experience, prior to joining the African Bagg team, he worked as the ICT Manager at Komos Energy Ghana, Operations Manager at IntellSol Technologies and IT Engineer at Forewin Ghana Limited.
Grace-Mary Andoh-Kwaw holds a (B.A) Hons in Communication Studies from the Pentecost University. She did her National Service at DVLA Sunyani as an Administrative Officer in their Premium Service Department. She worked with the Unicorn Prefab and Construction Limited as an administrative staff. Her previous experiences and knowledge have equipped her to serve in the role of an administrator in the African Bagg Group