Board members

Abigail Tetteh-Mensah - Board Chair
Abigail Tetteh-Mensah - Board Chair

Abigail Tetteh-Mensah is an accomplished administrative manager with over 10 years' experience in instituting organizational strategies. Experienced in Project Management, Office Management and Health Policy Analysis. She has passion for human rights issues and very active church management. She is a Senior Manager for M&E at the National Health Insurance Authority (NHIA). She takes lead in developing M&E tools for data collection and conduct regular monitoring of corporate and divisional strategy plans.

Previously, served as the Personal Assistant to two Chief Executives of the NHIA, worked as a Procurement Officer with NHIA and Bilingual Secretary with a Christian-based consulting firm.

Abigail holds a MSC in Health Policy Planning and Financing jointly from the University of London & Economics (LSE) and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicines. She studied General Management at the Central University for her first degree and holds a Diploma in Bilingual Secretaryship.


Mrs. Marian Tadefa Kubabom - Board Member
Mrs. Marian Tadefa Kubabom - Board Member

Mrs. Marian Tadefa Kubabom is a socio-economic researcher, strategic program/institutional planning, M&E specialist, grant manager & a seasoned facilitator. For more than 30 years, she has applied her skills on diverse development programs that sought to address poverty alleviation, effective and equitable delivery of basic services including WASH, good governance, promotion of gender equality and human rights, participatory and sustainable resource management.


She specialised in project cycle management & logical framework, using a facilitative, highly participatory planning approach, combining quantitative & qualitative participatory methods in research.  Her work experience spanned Asia & Africa, although for the past 25 years her focus was Ghana, West Africa, South Sudan and trained professionals from Central, East & the Horn of Africa.  


Dr. Stephen Collins - Board Member
Dr. Stephen Collins - Board Member

Dr. Stephen Collins completed a PhD in the copyrighting of folklore at the University of Glasgow’s School of Law in 2015. His background both as an academic and practitioner is in theatre. More recently, his research has analysed Performed Heritage and Intangible Cultural Heritage.


Since graduating in 2005, he has worked as a theatre director with several companies both in the UK and beyond, including the National Theatre of Scotland and the National Theatre, Ghana. It was in Ghana that he developed a passion for Applied Theatre.


He was Lecturer in Drama and Performance at Inverness College UHI, 2014-2016, and then was appointed Lecturer in Performance at the University of West of Scotland. He maintains an active professional practice, especially in community work. 

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