Mrs. Christie Okae-Anti Appointed Ag. Registrar
The Ag. Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Fr. A. Afful-Broni has on behalf of the Governing Council of the University of Education, Winneba appointed Mrs. Christie Okae-Anti as Ag. Registrar of UEW effective October 3, 2017.
In a letter from the Office of the Vice-Chancellor, she will hold the position 'pending the completion of processes for the appointment of a substantive Registrar in due course'.
The position of the Registrar of UEW became vacant following the retirement of Dr. C. Y. Akwaa-Mensah as Registrar on September 30, 2017, and his official handing over to the Ag. Vice-Chancellor on October 3, 2017.
Profile of Mrs. Christie Okae-Anti
Mrs. Christie Okae-Anti is currently the Deputy Registrar in-charge of the Division of Human Resources at the University of Education, Winneba. Her responsibilities include:
- Giving advice on employees (recruitment, policies, etc.)
- Enrolling, placing and promoting all employees of the University of Education, Winneba
- Compensating and giving rewards
- Overseeing matters relating to welfare and industrial relations
- Disciplining employees, if need be
- Training and staff development, and
- Providing information about staff to appropriate stakeholders
She has served as the secretary to Appointments and Promotions Board, Disciplinary Boards, joint Negotiating Committees amongst others.
She acted as the Registrar in June – August 2009 and later in September 2010.
She was the Deputy Registrar in-charge of Academic Affairs from March 2008 – April 2013.
Mrs. Christie Okae-Anti entered the University of Education, Winneba as an Assistant Registrar in October 2000 and rose through the ranks to her current position.
Prior to entering the University of Education, Winneba, she taught at Ola Training College (now Ola College of Education) from September, 1995 – September, 2000 and St. Augustine College from 1983 - 1989. She left the Ghana Education Service at the Rank of Assistant Director.
- A Certificate in training the trainer, from Management Development and Productivity Institute, Accra,
- An MPhil in Administration in Higher Education from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana
- Diploma in Public Relations from the International Correspondence School, Glasgow
Mrs. Christie Okae-Anti has published extensively in areas on Employee and Human Relations in the University and has for many years served as a mentor to a number of budding University Administrators.
She is married to Assoc. Prof. Daniel Okae-Anti and has three (3) children.