The Rev. Prof Kingsley Larbi has successfully pioneered two private universities (Central University College and Regent University College of Science and Technology) within the past ten years. He is the pioneer theological scholar within the Pentecostal-Charismatic movement in Ghana. His classic book, Pentecostalism: The Eddies of Ghanaian Christianity, is the first and so far the leading work on Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity in Ghana. Currently he has been commissioned by the International Executive of the Church of Pentecost to research on the origins and development of the Church from historical and theological perspectives, looking at the church's ethos, theology, polity, and liturgy , identifying the contributions of first, second, and third generation of leaders.
Professor Nicholas N. N. Nsowah-Nuamah, a full Professor of Statistics, was the Rector of Kumasi Polytechnic and the Interim Vice Chancellor of Kumasi Technical University in Ghana from November 4, 2010 to December 31, 2016. He was the Chairman of the Conference of Rectors of Polytechnics (CORP) in Ghana in 2014-2015. He was also the Chairman of the Council of the Regent University College of Science and Technology, one of the leading universities in Ghana from its inception in 2015 until his appointment as the President of the Institution.
Mr. Albert Kobina Amonoo comes into the position of Vice President (Administration & Development) with a depth of versatility having practiced as a trained teacher, valuation surveyor, facilities manager, investment analyst, airline support services manager, and a social worker. Mr. Amonoo holds a Bachelor's degree in Land Economics, Master of Science degree in Urban Land Appraisal and a Fellow of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors. His teaching career cuts across basic to tertiary education. He is a former head of Estate Department and the pioneer head of the Investment Department, both at Social Security and National Insurance Trust. He then moved to Ghana Airways to develop and manage the property and later the support services division of the erstwhile national flag carrier.