The Media Foundation for West Africa (MFWA) has appointed two senior staff, Kojo Impraim (PhD) and Rosemond Ebi-Adwo Aryeetey (Mrs), to join its team of experienced workforce.
Dr. Impraim has been appointed as the Director of Research and Advocacy. He will also support the organisation’s monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL) systems.
Prior to joining the MFWA, Dr. Impraim was Deputy Director in charge of Research, Monitoring & Evaluation at the National Peace Council of Ghana.
He had previously served as Programme Manager for the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council; Programme Officer at the Institute of Democratic Governance (IDEG); and Chief Operating Officer at Africa Worldview Limited. He has also consulted on a number of media projects for the state broadcaster, Ghana Broadcasting Corporation, and the Ghana Journalists Association.
Dr. Impraim holds a Ph.D. in Politics and International Relations from the University of Cape Town, South Africa; M. Phil in Political Science from the University of Ghana; and Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with Sociology (First Class Honors) also from the University of Ghana.
Rosemond Ebi-Adwo Aryeetey (Mrs) joined the MFWA in August 2023 as a Senior Programme Manager for Partnerships and Outreach.
She has worked in different capacities in a number of organisations, including public and private organisations, before joining the MFWA. Previously, she worked as the Head of Corporate Affairs at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC) where she had oversight responsibility for promoting the reputation and achievements of KAIPTC locally, regionally and internationally.
She has also worked variously as Communications Consultant, Public Relations Manager and Account Manager for local and international brands, including Global Media Alliance, Vodafone Ghana, Samsung, HP, Yankah and Associates, Crestcom International, among others. Rosemond has also worked as a Lecturer at the African University of College of Communications and the Pentecost University. She has also served as a Resource Person/Facilitator for several organisations in the public and private sectors.
She has a Master of Arts degree in Communication Studies from the University of Ghana, Legon and an MA Degree in Administration in Higher Education from the University of Cape Coast.
“We are delighted to have on board Dr. Impraim and Rosemond to contribute to strengthening the organisation, particularly in the areas of research, advocacy and outreach while strengthening the monitoring and evaluation systems of the organisation,” Sulemana Braimah, Executive Director of MFWA said while welcoming the two.