Mr. Kingsley Agyemang is a Chartered Insurer with vast experience in Risk Management, Insurance and Banking industries, Academia, conservation of nature, Health Systems and General Corporate administration. He is currently the Registrar of Scholarships and head of the Ghana Scholarships Secretariat.
Under his leadership the secretariat has undergone massive organizational restructuring and improvement on every department of its operations. Prior to his appointment as the Registrar of Scholarships, he was the Managing Director of Unique Life Insurance Company as well as a Senior Lecturer, Coach and Mentor in Insurance subjects at the Ghana Insurance College. He was also a PartTime Lecturer at the Pentecost University College.
He worked with the Agricultural Development Bank as an Insurance Manager where he was responsible for all the insurable risks of the bank alongside managing and monitoring the Banks’s bancassurance projects. Kingsley is an environmentalist and a co-founder Director of Green C02 Ghana - a non-governmental organization that focuses on coordination and sensitization of the necessity for sustainable green practices.
He has collaborated with the Okyeman Environment Foundation to afforestate over 50,000 acres of land near Begoro marked as forest conservation area with an agenda to introduce lost environmental species in the Ghanaian habitat. Also working with the Okyeman Environment Foundation and the Forestry Commission to nurse over 10,000 seedlings and coddle up the saplings from seeds in the forest, to preserve local tree species in the Bono Region.
Mr. Kingsley Agyemang is a product of the Pope John Secondary School, holds a BSc in Administration from the University of Ghana, a graduate of the Chartered Insurance Institute (UK). He has a Masters in Business Administration (Finance Option) from the Central University Graduate School and is currently a Doctoral Researcher in Public Health at the Department of Health Sciences, College of Health, Medical and Life Sciences, Brunel University London.