The Secretariat is currently staffed with an Executive Director, Senior Program Manager, Administrative/Human Resource Officer, and a Finance Manager. See below the bio-sketches of the staff at post.

Mrs. Georgina Yeboah, Executive Director

Georgina holds Bachelor of Science Degree in Administration (Health Services Administration) and Master of Business Administration (Health Services Administration) both from the University of Ghana, Legon. She has twenty-five and half years’ experience in hospital dministration practice and human resource management at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Kumasi - Ghana.

Yvette Boakye, Finance Manager

Yvette Boakye has over 18 years’ experience in providing professional services across a broad range of finance areas including compliance, business process, accounting, auditing, financial reporting and grant financial management. In addition to her 12 years tenure at KITE, she has held various finance and accounting positions working with Cedar Point Company Ltd, Asante Wiredu and Associates (Chartered Accountants), Precious Metals Refinery and Schneider Electric Ghana Ltd.

Clara Efua Sam-Woode, Administrative/Human Resource Officer

She holds a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) Degree in Biological Sciences and a Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) in Parasitology both from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Kumasi, Ghana. She has previously worked as a Graduate and Research Assistant in the Department of Theoretical and Applied Biology, KNUST where she supervised undergraduate laboratory work and tutorial sessions. She also worked as the Project Assistant on the Ghana Emergency Medicine Collaborative Program under the Medical Education Partnership Initiative (MEPI).

Ireneous N. Dasoberi, Senior Program Manager

Ireneous has academic qualification in MSc Health Services Planning and Management; and MPhil Economics. He has about 10 years of experience in health project management and in health care Quality Improvement (QI), capacity building and application.

He served in various leadership positions during the implementation of Project Fives Alives! (PFA!), a large-scale maternal & child health project in Ghana, which contributed to improving maternal & child health outcomes. Serving in the position of Deputy Director of PFA!, he played a critical role in the strategic planning of the project scale-up and implementation nation-wide.