Executive Secretary

Tweneboah Kodua Boakye is a Chartered Accountant from Institute of Chartered Accountant, Ghana (ICAG) and also a Certified Expert in Microfinance from the Frankfurt School of Finance and Management. Tweneboah holds a Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and an Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) in Banking and Finance from Paris Graduate School of Management (Paris).
He also holds Certified Credit Administrator certificate from the NationalBanking College, Accra, Diploma in Strategic Marketing Management and Public Relations from Institute of Commercial Management (ICM-UK), and Project Management Programme Certificate from Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). He is a Curriculum Development Professional and Facilitator in the area of Microfinance Operations, Financial Management, Budgeting and Financial Statements Analysis for Decision Making.
Tweneboah is very passionate about organisational and regulatory compliance in the Financial Sector. He is an excellent corporate and private administrator with strong interpersonal, problem-solving and communication skills. He is also interested in enhancing compliance to Internal Controls, Credit Risk Management and Investments. He has attended and facilitated a number of Workshops, Seminars and Conferences on Microfinance, Advocacy, Regulatory Compliance, Curriculum Development, Negotiations, Anti-Money Laundering (AML) among others.
Until his appointment as the Executive Secretary of Ghana Association of Savings and Loans Companies (GHASALC) in September 2017, he was the Executive Director at Nkosuo Microfinance Limited, a company he co-founded and managed for about 7 years in Accra, Ghana. He was also the Southern Sector President of the Ghana Association of Microfinance Companies (GAMC) overseeing 5 Regions and also a National Board Member of the Association. Prior to his career with Nkosuo, he worked as an Operations Officer and Customer Team Leader with Barclays Bank Ghana Limited (DST) from 2007 to 2010.
At GHASALC, Tweneboah is in charge of the day-to-day administration of the Association as well as the spokesperson of the Association. He is engaged in advocacy, policy formulation and all relevant stakeholder engagements as far as the Association and the Savings and Loans Sector is concerned.
Tweneboah is also a Lay Gospel Preacher and a Sunday School Teacher in the Methodist Church Ghana as well as a Corporate Board Secretary to a number of companies in the Financial Services Industry in Ghana.
He loves training facilitation, lecturing, traveling, presentations/debating, coaching, volunteering and counseling. Tweneboah is married with four boys.

Finance and Administrative Officer

Miss Sandra is a graduate from the University Of Professional Studies, Accra with a first degree in Accounting. She has high sense of problem identification and analytical reasoning capacity, well-organized with good working ethics and skill execution. Above all, very focused and dedicated with the zeal to achieve results.

Sandra previously worked with South Akim Rural Bank (Suhum), and the Centre for Local Government Advocacy (CLGA). Currently she is the Finance and Administrative officer for the Ghana Association for Savings and Loans Companies (GHASALC), the National Secretariat of all Savings and Loans Companies in Ghana.

Sandra is an entrepreneur and aspire to become a Chartered Accountant.

Research & Development Manager

Enock is a graduate from the Valley View University, with a BBA degree in Accounting.

Currently, he is studying MSc Development Finance at the University of Ghana, Legon.

Enock has attended various executive programs both locally and internationally, some of which include the Boulder Microfinance Training Program in Turin, a certificate program in Sustainable Microfinance and Development (SMDP) Ghana, and also program on Microfinance Information Exchange “Performance Monitoring & Analysis of Financial Services Providers”

Enock has 6 years professional experience which covers Administration, Monitoring & Evaluation, and Training gained from working with the Ghana Association of Savings and Loans Companies (GHASALC) on various projects since 2012. Enock is currently the Research & Development Manager for GHASALC responsible for conducting researches, data management, website management, and organization of major programs including Capacity Building.

Enock was very instrumental as he was the key liaison officer for GHASALC on the following programs in Ghana: Rural and Agricultural Finance Program (RAFiP), Business Sector Advocacy Challenge (BUSAC) Fund,  Small Enterprise Education and Promotion (SEEP) under GHAMFIN, Sustainable Microenterprise and Development Program (SMDP), and Program for Sustainable Economic Development (PSED).

Enock is result oriented and very passionate about working with a team on achieving project goals.