New Patriotic Party(NPP) USA has appointed Mrs. Josephine Agyekum-Wallace as the Acting Director of Communications following the exit of Mr. Kofi Tonto the immediate past communications director of the branch.
Mrs. Agyekum-Wallace until her new role remains a proud patriot and the only female in NPP-USA Branch as an Organizer of the Pennsylvania chapter.
Her dedication and commitment to the cause of the NPP party is unparalleled. She is hard-working, a dynamic team player, affable, articulate and knowledgeable in Ghana’s political issues and have in-depth understanding of political communication and management.
She comes to her new role with considerable professional and political experiences. She also brings on board renewed energy as we gear towards the start of the 2020 elections and campaign-related activities.
Josephine attended Yaa Asantewaa Secondary School in Kumasi and currently serves as the President of the Yaa Asantewaa Past Students Association, North America. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Relations from the University of Madras, India and a degree in Human Resource Management from London School of Finance & Administration. She also holds a Master of Science degree in Health Care Administration from the University of Virginia, and a Graduate Certificate in Psychology and Geriatric Case Management from the University of Pennsylvania.
Josephine was once the National Chairperson for the Ghana Mine Workers Union of TUC for the Women Advisory Committee in charge of training and development and industrial relations.
Presently, she works as a Healthcare Administrator for the State of Pennsylvania and a proud mother of three (3).
She is expected to build an effective, robust and world-class communications directorate for the branch.
She will bring innovation and creative thinking and critical analysis in the most efficient way to drum home the achievements and the vision of the New Patriot Party government of Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo to every nook and cranny of the political space and a thorn in my he fresh of our political opponent in the mass and media space.
The chairperson of the branch, Mrs. Obaa Yaa Frimpong, reiterated the branch’s commitment to continue empowering all its members and to diversify the leadership team as much as possible.
“It is the vision of NPP-USA to continue to lead and show the way in empowering women in the political space. We will innovate and incorporate effective and results and action-oriented communications strategy to propagate our message of hope for all Ghanaians living everywhere. Josephine is a bold and competitive woman and she will not disappoint”.
Last year, the branch made history by electing a woman chairperson and vice-chair.
This appointment reinforces the branch’s commitment to the empowerment of women.