Nii Allotey –Brew Hammond (2012 – date)
Born in Cape Coast as the second child (and first son) to Kojo Brew Hammond and Esi Mainoo Dankwa-Smith, Nii-Allotey attended Cape Coast Jubilee Catholic Primary, Accra New Town Experimental Primary, and Kotobabi Middle Mixed Schools before going to Cape Coast’s Mfantsipim School and the University of Ghana, Legon for a Certificate in Computer Science.
Nii-Allotey then pursued a Diploma in Data Processing from Albany Business College in New York, a Bachelor’s program in Computer Science from the State University of New York, and an MBA (Accounting) from Pace University also in New York.
Over the years, Nii-Allotey worked at the Accra Headquarters of the West African Examinations Council (WAEC), New York City Health & Hospitals Corporation, Irving Trust Bank, Finley Fine Jewelry, and a number of other Organizations all in New York City to acquire an expansive background in Human Resource, Accounting, & Information & Communications Technology (ICT).
Nii-Allotey taught “Computer Science”, as a part-time tutor, at the American Business Institute in New York and currently lectures (part-time) to long distance candidates for the Cambridge International College’s diplomas in “Computers & IT in Business & Management”, “Modern Business Management” and “Project Management” at the McCarthy Hill campus of the “Programme for Effective Management (PEM) Institute.
Currently, Nii-Allotey is the Managing Director of NiiNam Ventures Limited, a local Management Consulting practice in Information & Communications Technology, Human Resource, and Management.
Nii-Allotey is a Consulting Director at Dapeg Advertising Company and serves on the Dapeg Board as a Director. He also serves on the PEM Board as a Director.
Nii-Allotey has consulted widely for Apex Bank on Apex Link’s Domestic Money Transfer; for the Judicial Service of Ghana on the Alternate Dispute Resolution mechanisms; and for the Ministry of Gender, Children & Social Protection on the promotion of Gender Equity & Women Empowerment.
Nii-Allotey consulted for the Ghana Education Trust Fund (Getfund), to assess the Nation’s Secondary Schools infrastructure for the development of a 3-year IT curriculum that was to be certified by the West African Examinations Council (WAEC).
Nii-Allotey has also been privileged to serve on the Technical Team of the Ministry of Public Sector Reform that collected, collated and analyzed employee data on the Single Spine Salary review for the Government of Ghana.
As the Executive Director of Miss Tourism Ghana Limited, Nii-Allotey organized the maiden Miss Tourism Ghana 2009 to promote Ghana’s tourism and culture through the organization of beauty pageants that has successfully entered its sixth year.
When the formation of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) became a reality in January 2012, Nii-Allotey was called upon to become the first National Chairman to lead the Political Party to contest the December 2012 Presidential and Parliamentary Elections where PPP was returned as the third largest political party after NDC / NPP and earned to become the second largest opposition party after NPP.
Nii-Allotey has travelled to the USA, UK, Canada, France, Portugal, Germany, China, Cote D’Ivoire, Togo, Zambia, Burkina Faso, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya, and Mozambique.
Nii-Allotey is married to Mrs. Delphine Joyce Ama Enyonam Brew-Hammond and has three children; Essie Brew-Hammond, Nana-Ekua Brew-Hammond, and Kwamena-Allotey Brew-Hammond.
William Dowrkpor (2015 – date)
Ban Saliah (2015 to date)
Murtallah Ahmed Mohammed (2015 to date)
Felix William Ograh (2012 to date)
R. Nii Amarh Nkunim (March 2016 to date)
Mr. Amarh is a product of Okuapemman School and the University of Cape Coast where he obtained an SSCE Certificate in General Arts and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in African Studies respectively. He also holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Ghana and currently a student of the Ghana School of Law. He was born in Aburi-Akuapem where he had is Primary and JHS education.
During his university Education in UCC, he had the chance to help create a Student Emergency Relief Fund (SERF) when he served as the SRC President of the University. This fund, today, helps some students to pay their fees during difficult times.
He has worked as a banker for six years cumulatively between 2004 and 2016. He currently serves as the Executive Director of the Progressive People’s Party (PPP) as his full time JOB. Before this, he had served as the National Volunteers Coordinator PPP from the party’s formation in 2012.
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