Joyce Rosalind Aryee Chair of the Ghana Green Building Council (GHGBC) is the current Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Chamber of Mines
, the first woman to head an African Chamber of Mines. A graduate of the University of Ghana, Legon and GIMPA, she has over 38 years experience to the nation first as Minister of State for Information and Education and as a Public Relations Officer for the environmental and standard regulatory bodies in the late 80's.
A management and Communication consultant, her abilities are primarily in the fields of environmental management, public relations and complete development of the human being.
Her current position gives her a platform to deal with issues of the environment in a different manner as she seeks to enforce environmental laws of the country by ensuring that due process is followed by mining firms as they continue their exploration for Gold.
She is committed to the success of the Council and promises to use her networks both in her professional and personal capacity to bring Ghana Green Building Council to the forefront through every platform available both in the public and private sector.
She has participated in several local and international workshops, seminars and conferences on environment effects and education.
Dr. Aryee is a recipient of several awards including the Order of the Volta of Ghana (Companion), CIMG Marketing Woman of the Year 2007, Female Business Leader of the Year 2009 - African Leadership on Centre for Economic and Leadership Development and Honorary Fellow of the Ghana Institute of Engineers and Fellow of the of the Institute of Public Relations. The University of Mines and Technology (UMaT) conferred an honorary doctorate on her in July 2009.
Highly disciplined and self-motivated with strong leadership and organisational abilities, resourceful with excellent managerial qualities she serves on several boards of public and private institutions and NGO's.