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Secretariat

The Secretariat is located at the former premises of the National Media Commission on the compound with the National Commission on Culture and the Local Government Services Secretariat, opposite Kempinski Hotel, off Gamel Abdul Nasser Avenue Ridge, Accra.

Our Staff

Charles Adjei Tetteh

Executive Secretary

Charles Adjei Tetteh is an experienced public policy formulator and administrator with extensive Communications and Media scholarship networks.

Charles is a City University(UK) certified Public Services Management professional with over two decades experience of providing comprehensive support services to Governmental and Not-for-profit organisations in Africa and Europe within sectors like Telecommunications & Media Contents regulation, Sports governance, Culture and Heritage artifacts management.

Through deployment of his expertise in policy dissemination and operational management, Charles Adjei Tetteh has been instrumental to ensuring organisations under his stewardship are positioned to meet stakeholder expectations. Aside from being an adjunct lecturer in Communications and Media studies at the Ghana Institute of Journalism, Charles is well versed in Business environment analysis & projection, Development and implementation of strategies, Project, Change as well as Stakeholder Management. He holds an MA in Global Media & Transnational Communication from Goldsmiths College, University of London.

Rachel Brew

Administrative Secretary

Rachel holds a Masters degree in Brands and Communication from UPSA and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Information studies from University of Ghana. She has had work experience in administrative support, sales and customer service. She joined the Institute in 2021 as the Administrative Secretary.

Eunice Asieduah

Programmes Officer

Eunice Asieduah holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications, specializing in Public Relations and a Diploma in Broadcast Journalism, with 7 years working experience in the media, marketing and communication sectors.

Prior to her current role as the Programmes Officer at IPR, Ghana, she had worked at Intercom Programming and Manufacturing Company (IPMC), Trinity Business Consult, Channel 5 TV and Radio Midas.

At IPR, Ghana, Eunice assists with the implementation of yearly programmes of the Institute, manages digital communication and assists with administrative functions and event coordination.

Eunice is still on the pathway to building a broad experience in the Public Relations Industry. Her versatility, however, spans digital communication, media relations, marketing, event coordination and stakeholder management. She has an excellent interpersonal communication skill, a confident-driven individual, flexible and responsive.

She is a proud alumna of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) and Studio 502 Media School.