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Hon Gloria Temmah Gambrah

Municipal Chief Executive

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+233 206 915 462


Hon. Mrs. Gloria Temmah Gambrah is the Municipal Chief Executive for Oforikrom Municipal Assembly. Before her appointment, she was working at the Quality Assurance and Planning Unit under the Vice-Chancellor’s office at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.  She joined the University in 1998 as a Typist and rose through the ranks to the position of a Principal Administrative Assistant. At the University, she worked in the following Departments: Department of Book Industry, Board of Graduate Studies, Department of Chemical Engineering, Department Integrated Rural Art & Industry, Department of Biochemistry & Biotechnology and Faculty of Law.

Gloria has vast practical experience in day-to-day administrative duties.  She has served as Secretary on various Departmental and Faculty Boards in the University.  She also served on a number of Committees such as KNUST Junior and Senior Staff Housing Committee, KNUST Provident Fund Management Committee, Committee to develop a ten-year Strategic Plan for KNUST Registrar’s Offices, Committee to Peer-review the Report of Solomon Panford Committee on Rebranding of the KNUST Registrar’s Offices among others.

Hon. Temmah Gambrah is also a strong Unionist.  At the time of her appointment, she was the Ashanti Regional Chairperson of Teachers and Educational Workers’ Union (TEWU).  She was also a Member of the National Executive Council of TEWU, a Board Member on the TEWU Fund Board of Trustees and a Member/Secretary on Finance Sub-Committee of TEWU Fund Board.

 Gloria started her basic education at South Suntreso L/A Primary School in Kumasi.  She attended Asanteman Secondary School where she obtained her Ordinary Level Certificate. She read for a Diploma in Management Studies at the University of Cape Coast, BSc. in Human Resource Management at the University College of Management Studies, Kumasi affiliated to University of Winneba and currently holds Master of Arts in Administration in Higher Education from University of Cape Coast.


Gloria is a firm believer in decentralized and corporate governance. She is in her early 40s, has three children, a Christian and a native of Kronom in the Ashanti Region.