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Ghana: GACL new Managing Director introduced to staff

Mrs Yvonne Nana Afriyie Opare, the newly appointed Managing Director of Ghana Airports Company Limited (GACL), has officially been introduced to staff at a durbar held at the premises of GACL.

During her address, the Managing Director acknowledged the strong foundation established by her predecessors and conveyed her commitment to improving areas that need attention while setting new, realistic goals for the future.

She affirmed her dedication to spearheading the crucial and strategic initiative of cultivating and strengthening relationships with stakeholders, which include airlines, customers, suppliers, and the government. The aim is to achieve success in effectively managing and operating the company.

Highlighting the potency of collaboration, she emphasized that the amalgamation of individual strengths, experiences, and expertise will propel the company to unparalleled heights.

She additionally underscored the importance of leveraging Ghana’s strategic location to optimize international passenger and cargo traffic, aiming to enhance throughput to domestic airports.

She conveyed her enthusiasm for the forthcoming opportunities and emphasized the imperative of collaborating harmoniously with mutual respect, passion, and a commitment to excellence, fostering an environment conducive to achieving greater success together.

Mrs. Yvonne Nana Afriyie Opare is a seasoned business executive with nearly two decades of valuable experience in various management roles and engagements.

She possesses a Master of Business Administration (MBA) with a specialization in Operations Management, earned from the American Intercontinental University in Illinois, USA.

Following her secondary education at Achimota School in Ghana, she attained a bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems from DeVry University in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

source: citinewsroom.com

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