The highest decision making body of the GSA is the Biennial General Meeting (BGM) of members. Next is the National Executive Committee (NEC) headed by the National President, National Secretary and National Treasurer (referred to as National Officers). The NEC has a supervisory control of staff of the National Secretariat. The Secretariat is headed by the Scientific Coordinator.
The Institutional Structure of the Ghana Science Association (GSA)
The Current Composition Of The National Executive Committee (NEC) 2015-17 Is As Follows:
Dr. (Mrs.) Esther Gyedu-Akoto
Hon. National President
Mr. Stephen Y. Opoku
Hon. National Secretary
Prof. Herbert K. Dei
Immed. Past Hon. National President
Prof. (Mrs.) Agnes S. Budu
Hon. National Treasurer
Dr. Kwamina W. C. Sagoe
Hon. President, Accra Branch
Mr. Lateef A. Oseni
Hon. President, Tamale Branch
Dr. Nathaniel O. Boadi
Hon. President, Kumasi Branch
Dr. George Ameyaw
Hon. President, Koforidua Branch
Mr. Victor Atsu Barku
Hon. President, Cape Coast Branch
Dr. Emmanuel Dartey
Hon. President, Asante Mampong Branch
Prof. Ebenezer O. Owusu
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of GSA
Dr. Christian Anthony-Krueger
Ghana Association of Science Teachers’ (GAST) Rep.
Dr. Frank Osei-Badu
Hon. President, Sunyani Branch
Dr. Levi Yafetto
Editor, Everyday Science for School (ESS) magazine
Mr. Wisdom S. Sebuava
The National Secretariat provides executive managerial, administrative and logistic support for the activities of the Association.
The Secretariat is headed by a Scientific Coordinator who is an experienced practitioner of science with management background and is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, implementing and evaluating programmes of the Association.
The Secretariat is a point where scientific and technological information and research findings are obtained by individuals and corporate bodies.
The Staffing Position At The Secretariat Is As Follows: