Past - Executives of GHANAVA (2008 - 2013)
The Ghana Nurses Association of Virginia was led by a group of seasoned nurses whose level of nursing knowledge and expertise cuts across the field. Practice areas include, nursing education, critical care, administration, medical surgical nursing, telemetry, and rehabilitation nursing. They have over 70 years of nursing experience among themselves.
Daniel Ampomah, PhD, RN.
Daniel Ampomah is a founding member and immediate past-president of the association. He is an Assistant Professor of nursing at Chamberlain College of Nursing, Arlington, Virginia.
Areas of interest include: nurse consulting, pain management, and nursing education in developing countries.
Fred Yeboah, BSN, RN.
Fred Yeboah is a founding member and immediate past vice-president and president of the association. He is a critical care nurse with experience in nursing management.
Areas of interest include: community outreach and mentoring.
Wilhemina Aggrey, MSN, RN.
Wilhemina Aggrey is a founding member and immediate past publicity officer of the association. She is a clinical faculty with Catholic University, Washington, D.C.
Areas of interest include: mentoring, community outreach,
Agnes Adomako, BSN, RN.
Agnes Adomako is a founding member and immediate past secretary of the association. Agnes has an extensive background in medical surgical nursing. She is currently a nurse manager of a 32-bed nursing unit..
Areas of interest include: oncology nursing
Hagar Osei Narh, BSN, RN
Hagar Osei Narh is a founding member and immediate past Treasurer of the association. Hagar has extensive experience in rehab nursing. She is currently an RN Supervisor for Behavior Health at IMVH.
Areas of interest include: mentoring & community outreach,