Meet some of our Staff
Ms. Heidi Owu has served as an Infant School Class Teacher, Principal Teacher, Year Coordinator and most recently, as the Infant School Vice Principal during her seventeen years at Ghana International School.
Dr. Kristine Marbell-Pierre is a Child and Adolescent Psychologist worked with children in schools in New York, Massachusetts and Ghana since 2007. She currently works at GIS as the Head of Guidance and Counselling.
Natalie Wharton is a year 5 Principal Teacher at Ghana International School. This is her ninth year teaching abroad since leaving her homeland of Wisconsin, USA after graduation.
Angela van der Puije is the Special Education Needs Coordinator for the Secondary School. She has taught both general education and special education in Ghana and in the state of Minnesota over the past 25 years. She enjoys spending time with her two teenage children and exploring Ghana with her husband.
Alice Brobbey is a Year 2 teacher at Ghana International School. Prior to her time at G.I.S, she taught at the American School of the Hague in the Netherlands for fifteen years.
Selase Dzakamani is a senior Literature teacher at Ghana International School. Selase is an amateur photographer and when he is not teaching, he spends his time perfecting his hobby as well as travelling with family and friends.
Mr. Paul Baffoe is a Sociologist and a professional teacher with Ghana International School. He is an Assistant Examiner and Assessment Specialist for University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). His specialties include, but not limited to, Sociology of Education, Crime and Security, Sociology of Development and Sociology of Health and Wellness.