Dr. Emmanuel Osei-Owusu – GoldenLink Savings & Loans (Ex-Officio Member)
Dr. Emmanuel O. Owusu is an accomplished Banker and a Consultant with over forty years (40) progressive experience in banking. With extensive working career from 1973 for over 12 years, Dr. Owusu has worked in Bank of America, South Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.A occupying various positions from Internal Auditor, Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Cashier, Senior Vice President. In addition, he acquired a failed State Bank and revamped back to operation, formed a new state bank from scratch and operated it for about 8years where he acquired various positions before moving on to another opportunity. From 1993 – 1995, Dr. Emmanuel O. Owusu became the Executive Vice President for Small Business Administration (SBA) Loan Packaging at DSE CREDIT ASSOCIATION, INC., Fort Worth, Texas, U.S.A. He then moved to PEOPLE INVOLVEMENT CORPORATION, Washington, D.C., U.S.A where he was the Consultant for Neighbourhood Development Assistance Programme from 1995 – 1997.
In Ghana, he worked at Agricultural Development Bank, Accra as a Country Manager for Western Union from 1998 – 2001, and later moved to Global Access as CEO where he worked for 14 years until June, 2015. In the USA, he also served on the Boards of diverse organizations including Citizen State Bank, Gorman, Bank of America, South Fort Worth both in Texas, U.S.A, and Fort Worth Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce. He also participated in the United Way Campaign as a Team Leader for three (3) years and served on the Board of Directors of the Y.M.C.A. for three (3) years. He is a member of the National Association of Accountants and a Board member for two (2) years, American Institute of Bankers. He was the Chairman of the Ghana Association of Savings and Loans Companies (GHASALC) for about 3years. He is currently the Managing Director of Golden Link Savings and Loans ltd, the chairman of Wisconsin University College and a council Member of Ghana Association of Savings and Loans Companies (GHASALC).