Daniel Yaw Domelevo
Graduation Class: 1992
Daniel is a professional accountant who studied and the Institute of Professional Studies from 1990 to 1992, completed the final level of the Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana) since 1992 and became a member in 1993. He holds an Executive Master’s degree in Business Administration (Finance) from the Business School of the University of Ghana. He is currently the Chairman for the Accountancy Practice Review Committee for the Institute of Chartered Accountants (Ghana), a member of the Audit and Finance Committee of the Global Fund (representing the West and Central Africa Constituency), and a Short-Term Consultant for the World Bank working on Public Financial Management (PFM) Projects in Zimbabwe, Liberia, South Sudan, the Pacific Island Countries, and the Supreme Audit Institutions Independence Index. Daniel is the Former Auditor-General for the Republic of Ghana and was the head of the Ghana Audit Service (the Supreme Audit Institution in Ghana) from December 2016 to March 2021. Prior to that he was the Senior Financial Management Specialist with the World Bank and the Task Team Leader for the PFM projects in Zimbabwe and Malawi from January 2010 to December 2016. Before joining the World Bank, he was the Director of Ghana's Integrated Financial Management Information System, Director of PFM Reforms, Director of Government Integrated Personnel and Payroll, among others at the Controller and Accountant-General’s Department in Ghana Daniel has to his credit several leadership awards for his outstanding performance in public office and these include the Ghana Integrity Award in 2019, Distinguished Public Service Leadership, Heroes Honor (Paragon of virtue Honors, Ghanaian Leader of the year 2019, Prestige Award for Transformational Leadership in the Public Service. In his honor, an annual public lecture called “Domelevo Accountability lecture” was instituted by Centre for Social Democracy and Friedrech Elbert Stiftung Foundation on 1st July 2021.