Name: Wisdom Mensah PhD
Faculty: Management Studies
Department: Business Administration
Academic Areas of Interest:
- NGO Management
- Public Administration
- Monitoring & Evaluation
Wisdom Mensah is a Lecturer in the Department of Business Administration of UPSA’s Management Faculty. His teaching experience is mainly in the area of Public Administration, Leadership and Research Methods. At the University, he also serves on two Academic Committees: the International Education and Collaborations Committee and the Student Affairs Committee. Dr. Mensah also serves in the capacity of Coordinator of International Education and Collaborations Centre.
Dr. Mensah is a social development practitioner and consultant with specialization in strategic planning, project appraisal, project evaluation, applied research, and nonprofit management.
In line with his personal passions and interests, he has been a champion of the provision of primary and secondary cycle education for selected deprived communities in Ghana. He is also an avid advocate for the emancipation and freedom of young women enslaved in ritual slavery in Ghana and beyond.
- PhD in Education Studies – Ohio University, USA – 2010
- Master of Public Administration – Ohio University, USA – 2005
- BA of Law and Sociology – University of Ghana, Legon – 1988
- Certificate in Management of Development Organizations – St. Francis Xavier University, Canada, 2002
- Diploma in Management of NGOs – Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark, 1999
- Certificate in Project Planning and Management – GIMPA, Greenhill, 1994
Published Journal Articles
- Mensah, W.Y. & Godwyll F. (2008). Female Ritual Servitude: The Trokosis of Ghana. Bloomington, IN: Author House.
- Mensah, W.Y. (2009) “Marginal Men” with Double Consciousness. Germany: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing AG & Co KG
- PBBA 408: Management of Non-governmental Organizations
- PBBS 304: Research Methods
- PDBA 215: Introduction to Public Administration
- PBBS 207: Introduction to Management
- PBPS 111: Fundamentals of Public Administration
- MPGL 603: International Culture and Communication
- MPGL 611: Leading People and Managing Relationships