Mr. Ofotsu A. Tetteh-Kujorjie is a commercially astute lawyer and engineer with a rare combination of management, finance and public and private sector leadership experience. He’s an innovative and results-oriented systems thinker, with considerable transactional, advisory and execution experience across the energy, technology, business and finance sectors in Ghana, the United States, Europe and various African markets. He has been a Special Advisor to the Minister for Finance of the Republic of Ghana from 2017 to date.
Mr. Tetteh-Kujorjie has advised diverse national governments, including the Governments of Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Burundi, as well as local and foreign investors, on a wide range of commercial, strategic, legal, contractual, regulatory, business and investment-related matters.
Mr. Tetteh-Kujorjie holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Engineering Degrees in Industrial Engineering & Operations Research (Information Technology Specialization) from Cornell University (College of Engineering), and a Certificate in Business & Public Policy from the Wharton School of Business. Mr. Tetteh-Kujorjie earned his Juris Doctor in 2009 from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and holds a Master of Laws degree in Taxation from the Georgetown University Law Center.