Mrs. Josephine Frimpong is a Human Resource Practitioner with approximately 20 years of experience in the fields of human resource management, human resource development, and corporate governance. She has held various positions, including Head of Human Resources for UT Holdings Limited, HR Service Delivery Manager for UT Holdings, Recruitment & Talent Development Manager for UT Bank, and Assistant Administrative Manager for UT Financial Services Ltd. Prior to joining UT, she worked as an Administrative Manager for Scanship Ghana Limited from 2000 to 2003.
She holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Organization Development and a bachelor’s degree in Secretaryship (French option), both from the University of Cape Coast. She is an associate member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (UK), now known as the Chartered Governance Institute. She completed her Ordinary and Advanced level education at Wesley Girls High School in Cape Coast.
With expertise in Organization Development, Human Resources Management, Learning and Development, and governance, she has served on various boards in different capacities, including director and company secretary. She has a strong passion for helping organizations and individuals achieve their goals and purpose.
Currently, she serves as the Executive Head of HR and Administration. Additionally, she manages not-for-profit associations, namely Project Discover, Connected Ladies, and Ministers Wives Club. In her religious pursuits, she is an ordained minister of the gospel and holds the position of Senior Associate Pastor and Director of Administration at Grace Worship Center in Tema. She is married and has two daughters.
She is also a published author of two books titled “Dear Ministers Wife” and “The ABC of Purpose.”
As the 3rd speaker for the Genius IT Brainery Open Lecture on the topic “From Classroom to Careers: Unleashing the Power of the Mindset in the Job Search Journey,” she will share her insights.
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