Hajara Daniel (Mrs)
Prior to setting up the Creative Writing Academy, Mrs Daniel, a graduate of the University of York (UK) worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Emile Woolf College.

She is an author, playwright and poet with over 30 years' experience in the corporate and publishing sectors. Her published works (short stories, novels, anthology of poems and plays) include PASSAGE OF LOVE, KOFI: GROWING PAINS, COCOA’S KISSES and KOOKUA, selected for the 4th edition of the Ghana Theatre Festival and the Accra International Children’s Arts Festival (KIDDAFEST) 2017.

Mrs Daniel has served on a number of committees, including the Bidding Committee for UNESCO World Book Capital, and the Committee for drafting a constitution for the National Platform for Literacy, Reading and Numeracy (NAPLRN).

Her goal is to cultivate a culture of reading and writing that will excite, inspire, motivate and ignite creative talent.

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Nana Kwesi Gyan-Apenteng
Nana Gyan-Apenteng is a renowned journalist with over 40 years’ experience as an editor, columnist and writer.
Mr Daniel studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Greenwich (UK).
He is an avid writer and a youth counsellor. 

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Mr. Kweku Daniel
Mr Gbormittah is an academic with a focus in media, culture and society studies and a practicing filmmaker with specialty in art direction and scriptwriting.

He has served on many boards and committees, including the Graduate Committee of the Department of Theatre Arts, University of Ghana, Legon, NAFTI Board of Governors and the Editorial Committee of the Journal of Performing Arts of the School of Performing Arts (SPA), University of Ghana. He co-authored The Performing Arts in Africa: Ghanaian Perspectives and is an executive member of the Ghana Association of Writers (GAW).
Mr. Francis Gbormittah

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Epifania Amoo-Adare
Dr. Epifania Akosua Amoo-Adare is an independent scholar and development professional, with post-disciplinary interests in diverse topics such as creative writing, critical pedagogy, decolonial thinking, epistemology, feminism(s), spirituality, spatial theories, and urbanization.

She has a Ph.D. in Education from UCLA and is also a RIBA part II qualified architect, with 25+ years of experience working within the fields of education, international development and social housing, in countries like Afghanistan, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Qatar, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Mr Kemeh holds a Bachelor of Arts in Statistics and Computer Science from the University of Ghana and an Msc in Information Technology from the Open University of Malaysia.

He is a Principal ICT assistant and E-learning Administrator at the University of Ghana and has over 10 years’ practical professional experience in Information Technology (IT) and Information System (IS) and a Board Member of the University of Ghana Credit Union.

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Mr. Eric Kemeh
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