Valentina Mintah.
- Advertisement -

Mrs Valentina Mintah, a dynamic Ghanaian business mogul has been appointed as an Executive Member of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

She becomes the first black female and the first Ghanaian to serve on the board of the ICC, which is the world’s largest business network spreading over 130 countries.

Among other duties, Mrs Mintah will be responsible for developing and implementing ICC’s strategy, policy, and programme of action, as well as overseeing the financial affairs of the organisation.

- advertisement -

Mrs Mintah, founder and former Chief Executive of West Blue Consulting, an ICT organization in Ghana, and a former senior solutions specialist at Crown Agents in the UK, is the second African on the ICC Board, serving along with colleagues from Kenya, Qatar, Italy, Japan, China, Indonesia, and Spain.

She is s specialist in Business Systems Analysis and Design, has worked with major associations like the European Union, United Nations, World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. She has founded a number of companies in the Ghana and has been accredited in Africa.



Previous articleIHRMP President urges open communication with workers
Next article5 killed, 15 houses burnt in renewed Kasena Nankana clash
ADR Daily is a specialized news portal with a focus on providing authentic news, information and research analysis on Appropriate Dispute Resolution (ADR), Human Resource Management (HRM) and Industrial Relations Management (IRM) in Ghana and beyond. This platform serves as an information resource base for the progress of the ADR, HRM and IRM industries, and seeks to promote professionalism in ADR practice by supporting a network of ADR professionals within and across nations and continents. ADR Daily keenly encourages the mass adoption of ADR mechanisms, particularly negotiation, mediation and arbitration for the resolution of disputes in all spheres, through the publication of industry news and information, as well as by deploying innovative awareness creation engagements.