Barbara Naa Amanuah Tetteh

Faculty: Management Studies
Department: Business Administration

Ms. Barbara Naa Amanuah Tetteh is a Lecturer at the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Management Studies, University of Professional Studies, Accra. She holds degrees in the following: MBA- Human Resource Management, MA- Teaching English as a Second Language, Post Graduate Diploma in Education, Executive Masters in General Paralegal Studies and Executive Masters in Alternative Dispute Resolutions, all from the Wisconsin International University College (Ghana), Universities of Ghana and Cape-Coast respectively; Various Certifications in African Languages Acquisition from the University of Wisconsin and Indiana University, U.S.A., and SIREN Project Independent Contractor- University of Pennsylvania (U.S.A). Barbara is currently on a doctoral program with the University of Ghana. She lectures in the areas of Human Resource Management, Corporate Governance and Entrepreneurship Development. She is also assigned to the Institute of Works Employment and Society (IWES) –UPSA as a facilitator and trainer in Labour Law or Employment Relations.

Ms. Barbara Tetteh started her industry career within the Insurance, Investment or Banking and Alternative Dispute Resolution space for over twenty (20) years prior to joining academia, in 2016. She has also served on various boards such as the Ghana Association of ADR Practitioners (2017-2020) and Coalition of Volunteering Organizations Ghana (2018-2020). She is a Rotarian, (Paul Harris Fellow plus 1), a Volunteer Member of The Rotary Foundation Cadre of Technical Adviser, A Member, Linguistic Association- Ghana/ West African Linguistics Association, A Chartered Global Investment Analyst (CGIA), Master Trainer (Cashew) Value chain, a Certified Court-Connected Mediator/ Arbitrator, and Commissioner of Oaths; and Examiner in some Professional Programs/ Courses in Ghana.

Her specific research areas are in the Micro-finance, Alternative Dispute Resolutions, Domestic Violence and Victims Support and Corporate Governance, having published some articles herein.