Angela Owusu-Ansah

Angela Owusu-Ansah is a full professor educated in Ghana (BA in psychology with sociology), Spain (MS in International Educational Administration, and a certificate in TESOL), the United States (Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration, Quantitative Research Methods and Social Science Statistics, Instructional Technology), and United Kingdom (a residency at Oxford University).

She is currently the Provost (Chief Academic Officer/Pro Vice Chancellor) at Ashesi University. She also serves as a national commissioner for the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), Washington DC. She was formerly a Professor of Doctoral Studies where she taught Research (quantitative and qualitative), statistics and assessment; leadership; and creativity, inquiry, and innovation. She was Faculty Chair of Dissertation Research and Innovation Fellow at Concordia University, Portland OR.

She was also the Associate Dean at The Center for Access & Success at Elon University, the Associate Dean of the School of Education, the Director of the Master of Education Program, and Coordinator of Unit Assessment and Accreditation at Elon University. Prior, she served as Assistant Dean and Associate Professor at Samford University, Orlean Bullard Beeson School of Education.

She was the originator and editor of The Educational Collaborative journal and her research interests are in Higher Education Impact Assessment and Change regarding Digitized instruction, African Students’ intercultural understanding, Science of Learning, Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, and African women in leadership. 

She is exploring the reciprocal benefits between industry, government, and academia, and their current ecosystem in Ghana. Her hobbies include painting with acrylic on stretched canvas & learning how to play tennis.