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MRS ELIZABETH OBESE (FCCA)
DIRECTOR OF FINANCE, UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
Mrs Elizabeth Obese hails from Anum in the Eastern region of Ghana. She speaks Guan, English and Twi but writes fluent English and Twi.
She attended Anum Presbyterian Secondary School from where she obtained the General Certificate of Education (GCE) ‘O’ Level. She later enrolled and studied at the Takoradi Polytechnic and obtained the Royal Society of Arts Stage III Certificate 1992.Her quest for excellence and quality education offered her an opportunity to study for the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), United Kingdom programme.
She qualified as Chartered Accountant in 2002 and was admitted as an Associate member of the ACCA in the same year because of her competence on the job during the period of her training. In November 2007, she was admitted as a Fellow of the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants. She also holds a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management awarded by the University of Cape Coast.

Cudjoe is a passionate and hard working development practitioner with over 15 years practical experience in water, sanitation, health and hygiene promotion project delivery in West and East Africa. For nearly two decades, he has worked closely with rural, peri-urban and urban community groups and leaders, schools and education authorities to implement rural development programs especially for the WASH and HEALTH sector. He has expertise in international WASHE relief work gained from experience with Relief International (www.ri.org).

George is a multi-tasked, confident and hand-on professional with a considerable background in and understanding of issues relating to facilities management, property portfolio analysis, land economy, social development and sustainability issues. He works at Fidelity Bank as the Corporate Services Manager for the Northern Sector. On this role, he has responsibilities for facilities and transport management, as well as general administration to 21 branches. Prior to this role, George had held a similar position in Prudential Bank.