Joyce Aryee retires as CEO of Ghana Chamber of Mines

Ms. Joyce Aryee

Ms Joyce Rosalind Aryee has retired as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ghana Chamber of Mines (GCM).

Ms. Aryee has served as CEO of the chamber for ten years.

An official at GCM told on telephone today September 30, 2011 that Ms. Aryee has retired but declined to give details.

Ms. Joyce Aryee at one-time served as Minister of State in charge of Information and Education during the Provisional National Defence Council (PNDC) era.

She is a management & communications consultant and a professional counselor.

Ms Aryee is the first woman to head the African Chamber of Mines drawing her experience from over 38 years of service to the nation.

In 2006, Ms. Aryee was awarded the Order of the Volta of Ghana (OVC) (Companion) by former President J.A Kufuor.

She was named the CIMG Marketing Woman for the year 2007.

By Ekow Quandzie

  1. Kwame E. Bidi says

    Thanks for your service to the nation, Joyce. Your life is a living proof that given given the chance, women could rise to any leadership challenge, national or int’l

  2. GH says

    This woman is great woman of all time and she can be Ghana next leader. Joyce Aryee is full of grace. Bravo

  3. Enter your name... says

    A woman of character and above all humble. Good service to God and the world.Stay strong


    This woman is not just a God fearing but a FAITHFUL SERVANT OF GOD

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