Meet Our Core Staff

Below are our core staff members

Kirchuffs Atengble
Kirchuffs Atengble
Executive Director
Lucy Afatsiawu
Lucy Afatsiawu
Office Assistant

Meet Our Associates

Below are our core associates

Henry Telli
Henry Telli

Henry Telli is a Country Economist at the Ghana office of the International Growth Centre (IGC). He is passionate about evidence-based policymaking and particularly interested in research that directly aims to influence policy. Dr. Telli has been involved in some consultancy works with PACKS Africa, evaluating the research and information support system at the Parliament of Ghana.

George Amoah
George Amoah

George Amoah is a Deputy Director within the Civil Service system in Ghana, working to improve public policy related to labour statistics. He also works as an adjunct training facilitator at the Civil Service Training Centre (CSTC) in Accra. George is particularly interested in helping to remove bottlenecks within the general policymaking infrastructure of the country. He has been instrumental in guiding some works at PACKS Africa related to the process flow, and opportunities for improvement.

Dela Kemevor
Dela Kemevor

Dela Kemevor is a Deputy Director at the Ministry of Health, working to support policymaking within the functional unit of Finance and Administration. He has participated in capacity development activities of PACKS Africa towards enhancing uptake of evidence into policy and helped in producing the first sector overview on health policymaking in Ghana.

Catherine Asamoah
Catherine Asamoah

Catherine Asamoah is an Electronic Resources Librarian at the Balme Library of the University of Ghana. She has participated in capacity development activities of PACKS Africa and provides technical support to ongoing activities in knowledge management. Catherine was also involved in producing the first sector overview of health policymaking in Ghana.

Benedicta Afrakoma Gyimah
Benedicta Afrakoma Gyimah

Benedicta Afrakoma Gyimah is currently a graduate student at the University of Ghana, where she is studying for a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Communication Studies. She provides support on the development and implementation of communications strategy for government agencies.