University of Cape Coast

Dr. (Mrs.) Georgina Asi Owusu

Dr. (Mrs.) G. Asi Owusu is a young, dynamic and result-oriented College Registrar at the College of Health and Allied Sciences. Prior to her current position, she worked as the Administrative Secretary in the Office of the Vice-Chancellor. She served as the Faculty Officer for the School of Business and worked in some other sections of the University. She also worked with a group of researchers at the Institute of Educational Planning and Administration, UCC. By administrative rank, she is a Deputy Registrar. 

She obtained a Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) degree and a Master of Philosophy (Educational Administration) degree, both from the University of Cape Coast in 2006 and 2009 respectively. In April, 2019, she obtained a Doctor of Education (Education Management) degree from the University of South Africa, Pretoria, South Africa. She also holds a Certificate in Four-Dimensional Leadership Development from Promise Training and Consultancy, Dubai UAE; a Certificate in Professional Leadership Empowerment from the Centre for Leadership and Organisational Effectiveness, School of Management, University at Buffalo, USA. and a Certificate in Management of Higher Education Institute from the Galilee International Management Institute, Galilee, Israel.

Prior to working at the University of Cape Coast, she worked as Assistant Registrar at the then Takoradi Polytechnic, now Takoradi Technical University. Dr. (Mrs.) Owusu has been involved in a number of fundraising and alumni activities. She has served and still serves as Secretary to a number of boards and committees. She has attended several local and international conferences/seminars and has published in both local and international journals. She has written a number of memoranda that have made great impact in the University of Cape Coast. She has very good human relations skills and is a team player. 

Dr. (Mrs.) Owusu is a Member of the American Society of Administrative Professionals (ASAP), a Member of the Institute of Directors, Ghana; an Affiliate Member of the Institute of Public Relations, Ghana; and a Member of the Ghana Association of University Administrators. Her research interests include; organisational climate, job satisfaction and public relations. She is a reviewer of the South African Journal of Higher Education.

Her personal philosophy is that, "all humans are born with abilities; it is identifying these abilities and putting them to use that make the difference between one individual and the other". She believes in human dignity, no matter the race, ethnic group, social class or political affiliation. At leisure, she reads, writes and listens to music.