Mr. Alexander Kojo Tetteh’s Profile

Mr. Alexander Kojo Tetteh

Mr. Tetteh is a holder of an MPhil in Disability Development and Rehabilitation from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and a Master’s degree in Governance and Leadership from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA). Additionally, he possesses an Institute of Chartered Accountants, Part II qualification and an HND in Accounting from Accra Technical University.

His educational background is complemented by a Certificate in Governance, Advocacy, and Lobbying obtained with RADAR, gained through the Commonwealth Professional Fellowship in the United Kingdom, and specialized training in Italy on the inclusive nature of the Labour Market for Persons with Disabilities. Mr. Tetteh also holds an advanced certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation from GIMPA.

With a wealth of experience, Mr. Tetteh has served for six years as the National Administrator for the Ghana Society of the Physically Disabled (GSPD) and four years as the Executive Director for the Centre for Employment of Persons with Disabilities (CEPD). Presently, he holds the position of Executive President for CEPD. He has contributed his expertise as a member of the Ministerial Advisory Board Committee of the Ministry of Gender, Children, and Social Protection.

In the academic sphere, Mr. Tetteh serves as an Adjunct Lecturer at the Ghana Christian University College, overseeing numerous research projects on persons with disabilities. Beyond his academic and organizational roles, Mr. Tetteh is the Founder and President of four disability movements: the Centre for Employment of Persons with Disabilities, the Ghana Disability Forum, the Ghana Chamber of Entrepreneurs with Disabilities, and the Disabled Street Beggars Rehabilitation.

Bringing over 30 years of experience, Mr. Tetteh has actively engaged with persons with disabilities at various levels, from grassroots initiatives to governmental involvement. His international engagement includes participation in numerous conferences worldwide, where he has presented on Disability issues.

Mr. Tetteh is also experienced in the development to policies, frameworks and other working tools for advocacy for inclusivity for persons with disabilities.

Mr. Tetteh holds a pivotal role as the Inclusive Influencer for InABLE, an organization dedicated to advocating for Digital Accessibility and Assistive Technology for Persons with Disabilities in Africa. In this capacity, he has successfully mobilized over 500 participants from Ghana to join the Annual Inclusive Africa Conference on Digital Accessibility and Assistive Technology. Currently, Mr. Tetteh serves as a Senior Social Development Officer with the Local Government Service.