Bio (Edward Appiah-Brafoh )
Doctor of Social Sciences
Edward Appiah-Brafoh is a human capital professional with almost 14 years of experience in human resources. His research interests include the socio-cultural dimensions of employee learning and their impact on organizational performance.
As the immediate past human capital manager at the Petroleum Commission of Ghana, he oversaw the commission’s human resource operations and activities. Part of his role included ensuring Ghanaians were adequately trained to provide human and material services to the country’s oil and gas industry. Previously, Appiah-Brafoh was the chief human resource Officer at the Ghana National Petroleum Corporation (GNPC) from 2008 to 2010.
Appiah-Brafoh holds a Master of Science in Human Resource Development (2005) and a Master of Arts in Communication (2001) from Pittsburg State University and a Bachelor of Education in Psychology from the University of Cape Coast (1999).
In recognition of academic excellence demonstrated during his MA in Communication, Appiah-Brafoh was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi, America’s largest and most prestigious academic honour society (2003).
Appiah-Brafoh is a chartered member of the Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR), Canada.