Vice President - Tony Klah
By virtue of the fact that we find ourselves in a year group ushering in the millennials, we owe it to our Alma Mater and ourselves to traverse a trajectory towards the attainment of sound technological and economic growth necessary for today’s world.
It is in mother DZOLALI’s interest that she would tap into the success and resources of her children; and the 2000 year group has a lot to offer. I see myself supporting a vision that champions this premise of growth and am resolute in my resolve to seeing DZOLALI powered in the background by her children.
In my quest to making sure this vision is attained, it will thus be imperative to provide developmental assistance to brothers and sisters who require support in grounding themselves to extend such support to mother DZOLALI. I will be instrumental in supporting my leadership in the institution of reforms and programs that will better the livelihood of brother and sisters in order that they would be self-reliant on efforts to providing support of any kind to mother DZOLALI
I will lay my leadership, technical and technological astuteness garnered over my 14 years’ experience with the US Government bare, in order to promote and propel this year group into becoming a formidable force to reckon with among all the year groups in resource provisioning and technological advancement and be pivotal in decision making processes of our beloved Alma Mater.
Together I join my fellow DZOLALIANS to rise now to challenge the status quo or never.
Tony is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) and Certified Database Administrator (MCDBA) on the Microsoft Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 Platforms. He holds an MSc in Telecommunications Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), and a BSc in Information and Communications Technology from the School of Technology, GIMPA. He is an Enterprise Systems and Network Architect and a solutions developer on the Java and C# languages. Tony extends his tutelage expertise as an Adjunct Lecturer to the Center for IT Professional development (CIPD) at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA).