Mohamed Ibrahim Justice Ganawah
Mohamed Ibrahim Justice Ganawah, a seasoned Country Economist at IGC Sierra Leone, is a versatile professional with a robust background in administration, finance, and academia. His prior roles include serving as a consultant senior Economist at the Institute for Governance Reform in Sierra Leone, Admin and Finance Supervisor at Syntec Company Limited, and Admin and Finance Manager at Bale Logistics Company. He also worked as an Auditor at Moore Stephens in Sierra Leone.
In addition to his practical industry experience, Justice is an esteemed academic staff member at the University of Sierra Leone, where he imparts knowledge in various subjects such as Mathematics for Social Sciences, Elements of Economics, Commerce Theory and Practice, Business Finance, Business Strategy, and Agricultural Economics. As a prolific author, he has made significant contributions to the academic landscape through numerous articles and textbooks.
Justice holds an impressive academic portfolio, including an MSc in Economics from the University of Sierra Leone, an MSc in Agricultural Economics from Njala University, an M. Com in Financial Management from Amity University in India, and a BSc in Economics from the University of Sierra Leone. His expertise spans areas such as Data Analytics, Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, Resource Mobilization, Strategic Management, Financial Management, Agricultural Economics, media engagement on economic issues, and Project Management.
Currently serving as the Vice President for Membership and Finance at the Economic Association of Sierra Leone, Justice Ganawah's leadership and commitment to shaping economic discourse make him a valuable asset to the IGC team.
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